please have a look at the following small program:
The pgi-fortran-compiler provides access to the LIBLM, which include as function "CBRT".
I want to evaluate VS2013 but I do not know how to integrate the Intel Fortran Compiler (IF 2013) in it.
Any suggestions how to do it?
i have two data statements out of old Fortran (Fortran 77?) programs. I would like to transfer those programs toward newer standards.
I'm using Intel FORTRAN 2013 with VS2012. I've got a quite large FORTRAN static-library with is linked into an MSVC-compiled C++-Dll und eventually used by an MSVC C++-exe.
I am using the Intel Visual Fortran Compiler as a 64bit version. On my PC, I am using Visual Studio Version 2010 w/o any problems.
I want to switch my Fortran-program from a 32-bit-executable to a 64-bit-executable. Surprisinglythe 64-bit-executable is about 20% slower than the 32 bit executable.
This is a reopening of the thread "VS 2012 Editor: extended source-switch ignored": please notice that multiple projects in the solution are crucial to reproduce this errornous behaviour.