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xl C/C++ compiler to GCC compiler

we are converting from IBM-AIX(xl c/c++ compiler) to Linux(GCC complier).
As a part of this i need to change the CFLAGS.
The xl c/c++ complier CFLAGS is

CFLAGS := $(CDEBUG) $(PROJECT_INCLUDE_DIRS) $(COBJECT_MODE) -qcpluscmt -qmakedep -qcheck=all \
-qalign=bit_packed $(LINT_FLAGS) -D_LARGE_FILES -qchars=signed \

Please let em know the equivalent flags in GCC version.

Thanks in advance,

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