/Fe - Rename Executable File (Windows CE 5.0)
This option allows you to rename the compiler-created executable file.
By default, the compiler names the executable file with the base name of the first file, source or object, on the command line, plus the extension .exe. The /Fe option lets you give the executable file a different name or create it in a different directory.
The /Fe option applies only in the linking stage. If you specify the /c - Compile Without Linking option to suppress linking, /Fe has no effect.
The following code example compiles and links all source files with the extension .c in the current directory. The resulting executable file is named Process.exe and is created in the directory C: \Bin.
CL /FeC:\BIN\PROCESS *.C
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