The compiler produced this message. How can I interpret it?
(0): internal error: 101003_6
compilation aborted for xxx.cpp (code 4)
Internal errors generally don't provide sufficient information for the customer, only for the compiler vendor's support team. If you got an internal error from an Intel compiler, you would have some instructions about where to report it, so it's unclear whose application is giving you this.
I think this is coming from the compiler. Submit an issue with a reproducible test case (you should be able to do this easily by submitting a preprocessed .i file generated by compiling the bad source file with the -E -EP options on Windows* or redirecting the -E output to a file on Linux*.
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I should add that you should submit the issue to Premier Support at https://premier.intel.com. If you don't have an account, register your compiler at http://intel.com/software/products/registrationcenter.htm.
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