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I'm running on Linux and I got a library (.a) which was compiled by Intel compiler.
I'm trying to link against this static library (I'm using g++) and getting link error:
undefined reference to intel_fast_memcpy
I requested to get the library as a shared library (.so) which was compiled by intel compiler too, and I got the same error.
How can I use libraries which were compiled by Intel compiler, when I'm using gcc?
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is there a possibility to add the Intel Compiler V12.0 into QNX 6.6 (by some patches in the scripts??)
A direct installtion is only possible in QNX6.5.0.
I'm running on Linux and using Eclipse.
I'm using Intel compiler Version 14.
I want to install Intel compiler V15 (30 days trail).
1. Do I need to remove V14 first ?
2. Could those 2 versions (V14 & V15) live together on eclipse ? (so after the 30 days trail, I will continue to use V14 without reinstall it)
3. If those 2 versions live together, will I have the option to choose in Eclipse - the version I want to work with ?
on Visual Ctudio 2013 with Intel Compiler XE building will throw the error "#10298: problem during post processing of parallel object compilation D:\Csource\ffmpeg\icl vsFFmpeg"
I switched project configuration properties - Intel Performance Libaries - Use Intel IPP from No to all listed items. No result. Always the same error. What to do?
I apologize if my question bothers you
I work on a code developed in C + + which worked well on mac os, this code will help create libraries *.so from *.cc and *.h I used this as flags:CXXFLAGS = -g -O2 -fPIC -Wall -ldl -D_GNU_SOURCE ,CXX := g++ and $(CXX)-shared -o $(LIBNAME) $(CLIBLIB) $(OUT_OBJS)this step is fine I got the *.so as follows. :
morad@linux-nzlc:~/Musique/workdir> ls library/tklibs/lib/
There is some real time OS with Intel CPU support. Could you please give me your expert suggestions on how to choose a real time OS for me?
My requirements are:
1. Support latest Intel CPU, such as Ivy-Bridge.
2. Support multiple-core parallel computation capability, it will very great if it could use Intel parallel tools directly, such as Intel IPP/MKL etc.
3. Complete tools for development.
Thank you and looking forward to your any comments.
I am working on code-coverage Analysis of my C++ Application. For that i am facing issue of ".dyn" (.dyn file is not generated). Below are the steps that I have followed
1.> I am compiling my application with makefile. I used "-prof-genx" option along with other existing options in my makefile and file pgopti.spi & pgopti.spl (size = 0) generated.
2.> Now I am running my Application, but ".dyn" file is not generated (It is suppose to generate after running the application)
Since lack of .dyn file I am not able to moov further. Please help me.
I was under the impression there is a free trial with this product. If so, can I get the link to the download?