Compiler Option: -m

Main file without extension to indicate the main module

-m < source file >

source file
The name without extension of the main module source file

The -m compiler option specifies a main entry point for a source file; the argument is the name of a source file minus its extension.
So the main module file must be called twice in the command line:
- after compile option "-m", but without specified extension,
- and also like any module to compile, but there with its specified extension.

If "-m" is not specified, the first source file listed is given a main entry point.

When using the "-c" or "-r" switch, "-m" must be specified when compiling a main source file.

The intrinsic macro __FB_MAIN__ is defined in the main module and not defined in other modules.

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