This switch sets the code alignment. It takes an argument which is the alignment in bytes.
There are some more arguments which can be specified, to tune the behaviour even more. The general form is
Where PARAM is the parameter to tune, and VAR value is a numerical value specifying an alignment. PARAM can be one of the following strings:
By default the size of a data structure determines the alignment:
With the above switches the minimum required alignment and a maximum used alignment can be specified. The maximum allowed alignment is only meaningful if it is smaller than the natural size. i.e. setting the maximum alignment (e.g. VARMAX) to 4, the alignment is forced to be at most 4 bytes: The Int64 will then also be aligned at 4 bytes. The SmallInt will still be aligned at 2 bytes.
These values can also be specified on the command line as