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"Command line error D2016 : '/O1' and '/GZ' command-line options are incompatible"

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When I try to compile the following example, I get this error :
"Command line error D2016 : '/O1' and '/GZ' command-line options are incompatible"
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#include <stdio.h>
main()
{
    (void) printf("Hello World\n");
    return (0);

}
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I allready tried to change the debug info ('/GZ'), but still get this error (somethimes with '/ZI',...).
I'm especially interested in the minimize size optimalization (/O1). How can I fix this error ??

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>>How can I fix this error ??

Not at all - debug info and optimizations are mutually exclusive. If you need "smallest code" optimization, remove the debug info switch and vice-versa.
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by:teuntje
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Thanks for your reply.I'm using Vc++ 6.0. I diabled debugging under project-settings-general, and erased the _DEBUG in "preprocessor definitions", but I still have the same error. Do you happen to know what else I should do ???
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found it myself.
thanks, jkr.
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