Setting Compiler directives using a response file

Restriction: This topic applies to Windows environments only.

You can supply all or part of the command line as a response file, which is an ASCII text file containing options for the command. You give the name of the response file on the command line, preceded by an at character (@). This name is replaced in the command by the contents of the file. Within the response file, the end of a line is equivalent to a comma separating filenames or a space between directives beyond the last comma.