qcc optimize code for i686

I want to pass the gcc flag -mcpu=i686 to specify optimizing for the 686 to
qcc. What’s the equivalent switch for qcc? What target does qcc optimize for
by default?

What is qcc’s relation to gcc; is it a simple wrapper?

Thanks,
Shaun

You can pass arguements through to the compiler via the -Wc,,…
using qcc. qcc is simply a front end for gcc to make life easier. Do a
“use qcc” to see all the options available, including -W[pcal], option.

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Adam

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I want to pass the gcc flag -mcpu=i686 to specify optimizing for the 686
to
qcc. What’s the equivalent switch for qcc? What target does qcc optimize
for
by default?

What is qcc’s relation to gcc; is it a simple wrapper?

Thanks,
Shaun