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This section is non-normative.
A language might indicate that it is not possible to find the source file directly, using the –source flag. If you want this flag, consider using the –outdir flag.
For this section, if a language uses the –source flag and does not explicitly say not to find the source file directly, it means that the standard library must not be found during build time. (For example, c and char are neither in standard nor non-standard form.) The –output flag is also required for this purpose.
If all three options in this section are specified, Windows and MacOS platforms always provide the required standard library (or at least all of its sub-versions).
If an option implies that one or both of the -source and -outdir flags are not specified, the language defines the correct behavior by ignoring the two flags. The -source flag defaults to false, while -outdir defaults to the empty string. In some cases, it is desirable to set the flag at the top of the file. For example, an operating system might try to find the source of the header files it needs to run and run-time libraries before it looks for the necessary libraries in 바카라your project, instead of the standard library.
The -source flag allows the user to ignore the -source flags of a target and create their own sources. This is especially useful for system installers. The -outdir flag allows the user to create their own files that are used by their own applications, and that don’t exist on their system. Windows applications have no equivalent of -outdir, but a script like DllMain.Main is a good example of how to add one to your script. For these cases, use -outdir explicitly (as shown in the example at the end of this section).
Examples of the options:
–outdir: the library’s sources will be ignored
This flag sets the file to be searched when starting the project when using -outdir (or when using -source -outdir ). All targets include this flag in their makefile as a normal option. A version number is given at the top of the file, after the – source flag: “0.9.0”.
–source: th바카라사이트e executable file will be searched
This flag is only valid on platforms that support native library linking, like Mac OS X and Windows. The source files are 바카라사이트located in the same directory a