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--diag_suppress=tag[,tag,…] assembler option

Suppresses diagnostic messages that have a specific tag.

--diag_suppress= tag[,tag,…]

Where tag can be:

  • A diagnostic message number to be suppressed.

  • error, to suppress all errors that can be downgraded.

  • warning, to suppress all warnings.

Diagnostic messages output by the assembler can be identified by a tag in the form of { prefix } number , where the prefix is A.

You can specify more than one tag with this option by separating each tag using a comma.


For example, to suppress the warning messages that have numbers 1293 and 187, use the following command:

armasm --diag_suppress=1293,187

You can specify the optional assembler prefix A before the tag number. For example:

armasm --diag_suppress=A1293,A187

If any prefix other than A is included, the message number is ignored. Diagnostic message tags can be cut and pasted directly into a command line.

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