This is a test.
I have a fortran 90 program that I compile with Ifort (9.0 20051201) and I'm trying to debug it with idb (9.0-16 20051121).
When I open the program under idb and want to set a breakpoint or look at the code outside of the main, I get the following error (I simply use ifort -g ...):
Assertion failed: scopeAdsrc/st/file/pil_parsesymsdwarf2.C6990
This is an unexpected condition and may indicate the presence of a defect.
I can compile it with gfortran using -gdwarf-2 and use it with idb. But I want to use ifort.
Any idea ?
When I try to compile a fortran 90 source file with >2G memory:
ifort -i -dynamic -mcmodel=large test1.f90 -o test1
The following error occured:
I'm using fortran version 8 for linux and have a question about the results from the inquire statement. I'm porting code and the code does an inquire with file = to a directory name. The result for exist is false even though the directory exists. I wrote a small test program and confirmed the behavior. Is there a way to get inquire to recognize a directory as a file for the purpose of testing existence?
I am getting this error while compiling with the "-openmp -openmpreport1" switches. I had ifort version 9.0.021 and have just upgraded to 9.0.031 but the problem remains. The whole code 'appears' to compile normally (no errors except for this severe one):
fortcom: Severe: **Internal compiler error: internal abort** Please report this error along with the circumstances in which it occurred in a Software Problem Report. Note: File and line given may not be explicit cause of this error.
Any ideas please?
I have installed Intel fortran compiler on linux ver. 9 (non-commercial) and the Photran IDE.
does anebody know how to configure the Photran to use Intel compiler? is it possible to debug the code in Photran line by line and watch the variables during the debug? (something like visual studio in windows.)
I tried to vectorize my sample code with limited succes.
On SSE3 Xeonvectorization works for all data types except double complex.
Intel Fortran Compiler for Intel EM64T-based applications, Version 8.1 Build 20040922)
On SSE2 Xeon vectorization works for all data types exceptany complex.
(-xW or -xN option;
Intel Fortran Compiler for 32-bit applications, Version 8.0
Since upgrading to Fedora Core 4, gcc 4.0.2
and Intel Fortran 9.0 I am not able to compile
anything: I keep getting something like:
"/usr/include/c++/4.0.2/cmath(364): error: identifier
"__builtin_powil" is undefined..."
and similar messages for other flavors of pow.
Is there anything I could do?