Do not use older versions of IMSL with Intel Visual Fortran Compiler version 12

Version : 2011  (contains compiler version 12.0)

Product : Intel® Visual Fortran Composer XE (component of Intel® Parallel Studio XE)

Operating System :
 Microsoft* Windows*

Problem Description : 
Using the 12.0 compiler to rebuild applications that use the IMSL* library obtained from Intel Visual Fortran Compiler with IMSL, version 11.1 or earlier, may result in errors, including internal compiler errors, when certain modules are USEd.

Resolution Status : 
Intel® Visual Fortran Composer XE 2011 SP1 for Windows with IMSL* 6 is now available. This product contains version 12.1 of the Intel Visual Fortran Compiler, but the included version of IMSL can also be used in conjunction with the version 12.0 compiler. Applications built using this version of the IMSL library require a runtime license.

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