The following example calls a C function with a void* argument, first passing an associated TYPE(C_PTR) actual, and then passing C_NULL_PTR. When compiled with ifort 13.1.2 and the -standard-semantics option, the example executes as expected, but with 14.0.1 the C function is receiving a non NULL pointer in the latter case, which is incorrect. Note that the example runs correctly when the -standard-semantics option is omitted.
I'll attach the C and Fortran source files, but here is the Fortran code:
I am trying to parallelize a certain section of my code which is written in fortran. The code snippet looks as below:
j = K
... if conditions on K...
....write and reads on j...
... do lot of things ...
K = K+1
So I tried to parallelize using the below code.. which was obviously not as it should have been
I am trying to compile some FORTRAN code using this command:
ifort -fPIC *.o -L./ libmylib.a -lmkl_intel_lp64 -lmkl_intel_thread -lmkl_core -liomp5 -o outfile
And I am getting an error: "undefined reference to norm2_' in one of my already compiled fortran objects. I don't get it because norm2 an intrinsic Fortran function. I am compiling the fortran objects with:
ifort -fPIC -c *.f90
and it does not complain about norm2 being in the source file
I stumbled upon a compiler-error (or is it a restriction in the standard?) with passing optional arrays in mixed assumed- and explicit shape.
I used to use ABAQUS in Window OS and successfully link with Fortran Compiler. And I have already bought the Intel Fortran 11.1 license. Now, I want to install ABAQUS in Linux system (Linux mint 16.0 which is based on Ubuntu Saucy according to the description) on the same computer. I read several blog about the installation, most of them are for old version of ABAQUS. I didn't know whether it is still work if I use ABAQUS 12.0. I hope anyone who has such experience can give me some advice before I start. Here are my questions,
I have severe problems running my application when compiling it with the newest release of the Intel Fortran Compiler (14.0.1), i.e. I'm getting a segmentation fault in a rather simple early part of the code.
Solves overdetermined or underdetermined linear systems involving a matrix of full rank.
Computes selected eigenvalues and eigenvectors of a symmetric matrix.