I have a project where I attempt to add linker flags to a Visual Studio project using
target_link_libraries(lib_target PRIVATE /OPT:NOREF) But it seems like the `/` syntax automatically has CMake assuming that the flag is a file, and it complains it cannot find the file. Is there any way to have CMake recognize a passed-in linker flag using this syntax? As a side note, is there perhaps a better way of passing in Linker flags that I am not aware of? Documentation stated that using "target_link_libraries" is preferred, and I did not find "target_link_options".
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