Out of the Dark Ages I come with Compaq Visual Studio 6.1 on a desk top using Windows XP Home Edition. Reinstalled program after installation of new hard drive, power supply, and video card. Can access the sample program Celsius. When I try to open a Fortran program that worked previously, I get a message "Microsoft Developer Studio has encountered a problem.....The error report says "Error signature AppName:dfdev.exe Appver6.081682 Mod Name: devshl.dll ..plus additional info such as code, flags etc. Is it a good guess that dfdev.exe is corrupted?
When there is a run time error while I am debugging my application via Visual Studio 2013, I expect that the debugger should stop on the line that is causing the problem. However, the debugger unexpectedly stops on a C++ code line in another part of our application.
The details of what is occuring:
While reviewing the Release Notes for the recent compiler update (Intel Fortran Compiler 14, SP1, Update 2) to see what I'm missing out on, I found the following very interesting:
188.8.131.52 New /switch:fe_debug_use_inherit Internal Command Line Switch (14.0.2)
we are frustrating with a weird problem caused by the latest Intel's compiler suites (ifort/icc v184.108.40.206, Linux x86_64/EM64T). Depending on the optimization level, the following code generates different results:
subroutine MakeWwdHlp2 (Ww,W1,dima,dimbe,dimga)
this one sounds more complicated then it is.
I have a C++ lib that is linked into a Fortran dll. Now I want to access some functions of this C++ lib from a C# program. But the program doesn´t find the entry point. Calling Fortran routines is no problem.
Could it be that I can just call the C++ lib from the Fortran dll and not from a program that uses that dll?
Thanks in advance,
I am running Intel Fortran Composer XE for Linux 2013 SP1 Update 2 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5. When I execute the following command:
source /opt/intel/bin/compilervars.csh intel64
I get the error: "arch: Undefined variable". Any idea what is causing this error?
I'm about writing a UEL on ABAQUS.
When I'm trying to run it, I'm getting an error message. I've attached the error messages and my code to this message so you can find them easily.
Would you please help me to solve the problem?
This is perhaps going to be a red herring, but I'm rather suspicious that the recent installation of the ifort update broke user defined macros in VS 2010.
My macros on two separate machines have started playing up very recently - I can't seem to get them to run at all. This could perhaps (and perhaps probably) be incompetence on the part of this user, but I'm seeing some cmake build issues when using VS 2010 as the "generator" as well that might indicate its macros are having problems.
is it possible to move non-floating license of Fortran Compiler from one Linux machine to another? I've searched Registration FAQ and Center, but all the answers were relevant to floating license only.
I am interesting, in wich cases the compiler will force to allocate any of used array from the memory
subroutine VolFracToMassFrac(VolFrac, MassFrac)
real, intent(in) :: VolFrac(:)
real, intent(in) :: MassFrac(:)
function VolFracToMassFrac(VolFrac, SubstCodes) result(Res)
real , intent(in) :: VolFrac(:)
real Res (SIZE(VolFrac))