You can use the ‘ -mfar-mode ’ option to enable extended addressing mode. All addresses will be assumed to be > 16 bits, and the appropriate relocation types will be used. This option is equivalent to using the ‘ .far_mode ’ directive in the assembly code. If you do not use the ‘ -mfar-mode ’ option, all references will be assumed to be 16 bits. This option may be abbreviated to ‘ -mf ’.
You can use the ‘
’ option to specify a particular CPU. This option is equivalent to using the ‘
’ directive in the assembly code. For recognized CPU codes, see See
. The default CPU version is ‘
You can use the ‘ -merrors-to-file ’ option to redirect error output to a file (this provided for those deficient environments which don't provide adequate output redirection). This option may be abbreviated to ‘ -me ’.