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local variables map

New Contributor I

I am interested in discussing 2 points related to the way the intel compiler places local variables in memory.

1) A table of local variables map (variable name, address offset) would be very useful in debugging an application.
    This feature was available in the Ibm Fortran/H extented compiler around 1980-1990.

2) Why the local variable adjacency is not kept the same in the debug and release version of the generated object code ?



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Honored Contributor I

"1980-1990" those locals would all be in static memory I would think. Are you using /Qsave ? I don't see the point in what you ask for as I can only see relevance if you are trying to do non-standard constructs that need fixed positions of locals. Anyway let us see  how this thread develops.