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Feature request: Add a new Default category in a command line Help of Intel C++ compiler

SergeyKostrov
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This is a Feature Request:

Please add a new Default category in a command line Help ( on a last screen ) of Intel C++ compiler.

Thanks in advance.

 

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SergeyKostrov
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For example, in case of displaying help for the Intel C++ compiler for Windows: icl.exe -help ... [ skip all the rest pages and on the last page ] ... /help, /? [category] print full or category help message Valid categories include advanced - Advanced Optimizations codegen - Code Generation compatibility - Compatibility component - Component Control data - Data deprecated - Deprecated Options diagnostics - Compiler Diagnostics float - Floating Point help - Help inline - Inlining ipo - Interprocedural Optimization (IPO) language - Language link - Linking/Linker misc - Miscellaneous opt - Optimization output - Output pgo - Profile Guided Optimization (PGO) preproc - Preprocessor reports - Optimization Reports openmp - OpenMP and Parallel Processing default - Show all Default settings
jimdempseyatthecove
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Good suggestion.

Also

icl.exe -help [category[ verbose]]

for short or long version

Jim Dempsey

jimdempseyatthecove
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While you are at it (help and documentation) I have a gripe.

In Visual Studio (2010 for me), Intel C++ installed:

Help | Intel Composer XE 2011 | Intel C++ Composer XE Help

This brings up the composit VS help containing Intel C++ Composer XE Help combined with 16 other reference guides.

The anoying thing about this is with all the other guides comingled, you cannot use the index or search to find anything. Too much "noise" from the perspective of looking for something specific to Intel C++ Composer XE

Jim Dempsey

SergeyKostrov
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>>...The anoying thing about this is with all the other guides comingled, you cannot use the index or search to find anything... What about a Filter combobox?
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