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getCompileFlags

Get compiler options from build information

Description

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options = getCompileFlags(buildinfo,includeGroups,excludeGroups) returns compiler options from the build information.

The function requires the buildinfo argument. You can use optional includeGroups and excludeGroups arguments. These optional arguments let you include or exclude groups selectively from the compiler options returned by the function.

If you choose to specify excludeGroups and omit includeGroups, specify a null character vector ('') for includeGroups.

Examples

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Get the compiler options stored in the build information myBuildInfo.

myBuildInfo = RTW.BuildInfo;
addCompileFlags(myBuildInfo,{'-Zi -Wall' '-O3'}, ...
   'OPTS');
compflags = getCompileFlags(myBuildInfo);
>> compflags

compflags = 

    '-Zi -Wall'    '-O3'

Get the compiler options stored with the group name Debug in the build information myBuildInfo.

myBuildInfo = RTW.BuildInfo;
addCompileFlags(myBuildInfo,{'-Zi -Wall' '-O3'}, ...
   {'Debug' 'MemOpt'});
compflags = getCompileFlags(myBuildInfo,'Debug');
>> compflags

compflags = 

    '-Zi -Wall'

Get the compiler options stored in the build information myBuildInfo, except those options with the group name Debug.

myBuildInfo = RTW.BuildInfo;
addCompileFlags(myBuildInfo,{'-Zi -Wall' '-O3'}, ...
   {'Debug' 'MemOpt'});
compflags = getCompileFlags(myBuildInfo,'','Debug');
>> compflags

compflags = 

    '-O3'

Input Arguments

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To use the includeGroups argument, view available groups by using myGroups = getGroups(buildInfo).

Example: ''

To use the excludeGroups argument, view available groups by using myGroups = getGroups(buildInfo).

Example: ''

Output Arguments

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Introduced in R2006a