How can I define "Target Name" for Fortran projects in VS2012? For C++ projects it's simply right-click on the project -> Configuration Properties -> General -> Target Name.
I'm using Intel Visual Fortran Compiler Pro 11.1 to compile my code on an Intel core i5 architecture.
Because I would like to parallelize the exectution of the programm i use the "-c /Qparallel" option at the compilation step, and the "/Qpar-report" option outputs that almost all the loops have been parrallelized.
I'm using the Intel Visual Fortran Compiler Pro 11.1 to compile my code on an Intel core i5 architecture.
Because I would like to parallelize the execution of my programm I use the "-c /Qparrallel" option at the compilation and the "/Qpar-report" option which outputs that almost all loops have been auto-parallelized.
I have a program that can be built successfully in release mode, but when it is built in debug mode, a lot of warning information will be generated, as follows:
warning LNK4204: 'D:\src\project\visualstudio\x64\Debug\vc100.pdb' is missing debugging information for referencing module; linking object as if no debug info.
My system is WIN7 X64 Pro. Compiler: Intel Parallel Studio XE2013 latest version (I just updated it).
How can I get resolved of this problem.
Thanks and regards,
I was trying to replace the matmul by the blas subroutine ZGEMM to do to following operation :
Mat_Inter = transpose(Matrice1)*Matrice2
MatProduit = Mat_Inter*Matrice3
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Dear support team,
My company downloaded & installed IVF last autumn, but since then there has been a change to Windows7 (and 64-bit) with new computers.
Although our IT dept has managed to re-install the software, when I try to use the serial number info to upgrade to the lastest software standard as per the terms of the installation (during the support period for the new product), there is a message that tells me that the software is already registered, implying that someone else is registered to the software on my computer.
I tryied to pass array FROM fortran to VB.net but cannot manage it (the problem is not calling from Vb.NET to Fortran but FROM fortran TO Vb. Net). The VB.NET subroutine doesn't fire. I have used a code similare to the one posted here : http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/292132
I googled this problem and it seems that several people have the same issue. I read all the following post :
I received the following error messages while trying to compile a program:
Severe: Invalid Argument fortcom
Compilation aborted (code 1) FilterX.f90
Working on my home computer, a project was building fine until suddenly, for unknown reason (probably some external procedure I added), it began to give a list of linker errors "LIBCMT.lib(invarg.obj) : error LNK2005: _[various names] already defined in LIBCMTD.lib(invarg.obj)", followed by "LINK : warning LNK4098: defaultlib 'LIBCMT' conflicts with use of other libs; use /NODEFAULTLIB:library".