The following compiler versions are supported:
After you install Intel Visual Fortran Composer XE 2013 SP1 (compiler version 14.0), you may see errors similar to the following when compiling fixed-form source files, usually with .f or .for file types, that use the IMSL* library as included with Intel Visual Fortran Composer XE 2013 with IMSL FNL 6.0:
Starting in 11.0 the Intel(R) C++ Compiler has supported some of the C++11 features (previously called C++0x). With the latest release of Intel C++ Composer XE for Windows*, Linux* and Mac OS* X 2013 SP1, more C++11 features are supported.
This article explains how to use multiple versions of the Intel® Visual Fortran compiler in one or more versions of Microsoft Visual Studio*. For information on which Microsoft Visual Studio versions are supported by various versions of Intel Visual Fortran, see Intel® Fortran Compiler for Windows* - Required and optional Microsoft* development software
This article provides a solution for the problem of, when in Microsoft Visual Studio, a Fortran source file cannot be compiled (no Compile option when right clicked) or when building a Fortran project, Fortran source files are skipped over. If errors are reported when compiling Fortran sources, this article does not apply.
First, verify that your Fortran source files have a file type that is recognized by Intel Visual Fortran. These are:
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