I'm currently porting a lot of C++ projects from ICC (Intel C++...) 13.0 to ICC 16.0 and these 'remarks' appeared:
remark #11074: inlining inhibited by limit max-size
remark #11074: inlining inhibited by limit max-total-size
What I want to know is whether the inlining was done when using 13.0 and is inhibited now or we were just not warned with the previous version?. The answer, if someone has it, will tell me if I have to disable the warning/remark or I have to fix the limitation imposed by the new compiler in order to preserve the executable characteristics.
Thanks for your help!