The options within this group specify the kind of program listing that the compiler is to provide.
Output a variable dump in listing file.
Generate a listing file containing a symbolic assembler listing. <filename> is the optional name of the .LIS file. /EXPLIST is equivalent to /LIST but causes each source statement to be followed by the 32-bit Intel assembler statements corresponding to the instructions into which it was compiled. The assembly language listing is fully symbolic. Information about 32-bit Intel assembler can be found in one of the Intel Programmer's Reference Manuals.
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Produces a source listing file. If <filename> is not provided, the name is created by replacing the source-suffix with .LIS, e.g. with FOO.F90, the map file would be FOO.LIS.
Used with /LIST to include INCLUDE files in listing.
Produces a linker map. If <filename> is not provided, the name is created by replacing the source-suffix with .MAP, e.g. with FOO.F90, the map file would be FOO.MAP.
Suppress compilation logos.
Suppresses the output of address offsets in the source listing.
Suppresses messages when using /LIST.
Generates a cross-reference .XRF file. If <filename> is specified, the file name is created by replacing the source file-name's suffix with .XRF, e.g. with FOO.F90, the resulting name would be FOO.XRF.