Intel® Array Visualizer (Archived)

fatal error LNK1181: cannot open input file 'C:Program.obj

I have done everything that I can find in the manuals but when I try to run one of the examples that comes with the Array Vis 3.3 download "Update.f90" I get the message:

fatal error LNK1181: cannot open input file 'C:\Program.obj'

Has anyone had this problem? Any help will be appreciated.


Debug Integration with VS 2008 doesn't appear to work

I've downloaded the 32 bit version of version 3.3 of the Visualizer and installed it on an XP SP3 machine which also has Visual Studio 2008 and Intel Fortran 11.0.72 installed.

I havefollowed the instructions in the release notes about adding the include and lib paths (although this only seems relevant if I'm going to be building against it).

I've added the "Array Visualizer" and "View Array" toolbar commands to the Debug toolbar but when attempting to view an array, both are greyed out.

Intel Array Visualizer integration with visual studio on a 64 bit

Hi all,

I have a 64 bit windows vista business edition. I installed array visualizer and included the paths shown in fig.1 and fig2. I do not know if there is something wrong.

Assuming that it has been installed correctly i try to debug a code just to see how array visualizer is working. (to those who say "do not download array viewer", i downloaded array visualizer for inter 64 version). It should work right. Unfortunately no!!!

Fig3 shows my code when debugging and the status of array viewer.

Sample code in FORTRAN

I downloded and installed ArrayVisualizer 3.3. i am looking for some sample source code for using ArrayVisualizer in my FORTRAN code. Regarding this thread i searched the installed folder but there is no sample code. Is there any sample code available in FORTRAN to help learning ArrayVIsualizer in a FORTRAN code?

AV does not show plot and graphs

Hi there,
I am using IVF10.1+AV3.3 in visual studio 2008 team system in vista, and I use AvFRT commands to call AV and generate plot&graphs in it, in the program. The AV does show up with my data/plot/graph in the left tree bar, but nothing appears in the main window, in which I supposed to see my plots. I tried the command graph:/plot name, click the icon with mouse, but nothing happened. Is there anyone know what should I do to get the plot appear?
I also tried to open the AV manually and then open a plot file, still nothing shows up in the main window.

Array Visualizer stopped working

Well, I did have Array Visualizer working, but it has stopped. It would occassionally crash Visual Studio and I could never get 3-D arrays displayed the way I wanted, but it still worked.

The 'View Array' option is still active, but when I try to use it nothing happens. I don't even get an error message. I tried the obvious thing of uninstalling and re-installing, but I still have the same problem. I'm using Intel Fortran Compiler Integration for Microsoft Visual Studio 2005, 10.1.3885.2005 on Windows XP.

Has anyone else had this problem?

Visualizer v.s. Viewer download

I downloaded both, and installed the visualizer. It seems to already have the viewer in it. With the Visualizer installed, the Viewer refused to install, saying I had to remove the old version first.

What is the difference between these two packages?

I found the downloads here:


Customizing Array Visualizer

I've just started using Intel Fortran 10.1, installed Array Visualizer.They seem to be working fine, butI'm having trouble getting the Array Visualizer to display some array data the way I need it.

I run the debugger and have it set to stop at some points to look at a couple of 2-D arrays. What I need is for Array Visualizer to graph the 2-D array on an XYPlot where the rows of the array are all graphed as lines. This was the default view I got from Compaq Array Visualizer.

But the Default view in the Visualizer for 2-D arrays is an image, which is not helpful at all.

Array visualizer on 64 bit doesn't work


I have no problems when using AV on the 32 bit operating system but it does not work on 64 bit.

On 32 bit (WinXP), the AV was installed in C:Program FilesIntel. I updated the include and lib paths using Tools --> Options --> Intel Fortran from Visual Studio.

On 64 bit (WinXP PRO), the AV is installed in C:Program Files (x86)Intel and I updated the include and lib paths as above. These paths point to the em64t subdirectory.

I cannot get the AV to work from the Visual Studioon the 64bit system. The view array remains greyed out.


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