error with deferred size character array with fixed length

I have a module that does this (among other things):

module tryit
implicit none

character(len=:),allocatable,dimension(:),save :: subtitle


subroutine setSubTitle(lines)
character(len=*),dimension(:) :: lines
end subroutine setSubTitle

subroutine getSubTitle ( lines )
character(len=*),dimension(:),intent(out) :: lines
if (allocated(subtitle)) lines = subtitle
end subroutine getSubTitle


Preprocessor conditional compilation

Hello all, I have a general question regarding Fortran syntax (not this forum?).  I have a series of include files that set up memory structures, and those include files may also chain-include other files.....in this case, some "parameter definition" files.  For example:


    INTEGER*4    ID

...and 'MEMORY_PARMS.TEXT' contains the following:

VPP Composition with Interlaced content

Hi there,

I have a question about composite two video, the primary video is H264 "Interlaced" content and the overlay video is raw NV12 "Progressive" content.

1) How does MSDK handle this? Would the following pipeline work?

[h264] --> [decoder] --+
                                +--> [vpp composite] --> [output]
              [raw nv12] --+

2) Or, do I need to deinterface the primary video first before I can do composite it?

Compiling and Linking Fortran Code with external modules and libraries

Dear all,

I am trying to create a fortran program. I have already done this in Windows and using Visual Studio.

In linux I am using ifort (ifort (IFORT) 14.0.2 20140120).

I am very new to this. I appreciate your help. I will explain the procedure I am taking below.

I have my source code ( File1.f90, File2.f90, File3.f90 and main.f90) and then I have a folder full of external libraries (*.a and *.mod )

I have not written these libraries nor I have any idea which compiler was used to compile and create those libraries.

lmgrd.intel.exe not working on Windows 7


I have 2 floating licenses of Intel® C++ Composer XE for Linux* (formerly Intel® C++ Compiler Professional Edition for Linux*) version 2011

The Flexlm daemon lmgrd.intel.exe worked well when the Flexlm license server was on Microsoft Windows XP.

But since I had to migrate it to Microsoft Windows 7 SP1 32 bits, I can't get it working.

Fail to preform DFTI.DftiComputeBackward on 64 bit platform (windows)


I've built an example application in C# using visual studio 2012.
The program do FFT for the vector {1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10} and then reverse FFT and checks if the return values are the same as the original input vector.
I used the mkl_rt.dll version 11.2 found in "C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\Composer XE 2015\redistia32\mkl". and "C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\Composer XE 2015\redist\intel64\mkl"

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