Intel® C++ Composer XE 2011 Release Notes

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Intel® C++ Composer XE 
for Windows

Intel® C++ Composer XE
for Linux

Intel® C++ Composer XE
 for Mac OS X

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1 Update 13 contains fixes for two known issues with no other changes, so the release notes were not updated from Update 12 and still apply.

 

For more complete information about compiler optimizations, see our Optimization Notice.

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anonymous's picture

I also agree with some of the other comments, as description of offered Compilers/Composers is quiet useless! I give an F+ for marketing efforts to promote offered products, as you are driving potential users away!

Jennifer J. (Intel)'s picture

The Intel C++ Composer XE contains those major components: Intel C++ compiler; Intel performance libraries (Intel IPP, Intel MKL, Intel TBB); IDE integration to VS.

The Intel C++ compiler does depend on Visual C++ header/libraries. If your application is built from command prompt, you can use the free Visual C++ 2010 express edition for IA-32 app. For Intel-64 app, you need to install the SDK for Windows 7 to get the MS "x64 compiler/libraries".

Unlike the Intel Visual Fortran compiler, it comes with VS2010 shell. The Intel C++ compiler does not come with the VS2010 shell, and the VS2010 shell is not surfficient as well.

To download the Intel C++ Composer XE, check http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-compilers/ .

Jennifer

anonymous's picture

Please advise what product of a C++ studio or C++ compiler is a ''STAND ALONE"" products.
That is a product that does not require MicroSoft C++ Visual products.

anonymous's picture

Just letting you know, that I'm leaving now, as I didn't understand a thing what are these composers and studios. Where's the compiler? "Great marketing"...

anonymous's picture

Agree with "confusing names", who created these cretin names?? Some chinese window washer? "compiler" is a "compiler", not a "composer", "compositor" or "compost"! It seems somebody are too stupid to imaginate something new, having no real capabilities.

anonymous's picture

The nomenclature for your compiler names are very confusing, I'd suggest your sales staff 'return to basics'!

I want a command line C compiler (Windoze 64 bit generating Windoze 32 & 64 bit targets) with CILK. IDE ok if it doesn't involve any MS software.

I don't have any MSoft tools, and don't want any. This is critical, as my patience and budget doesn't extend to buying MS toolchains.

I'm guessing I want the $999 "Intel C++ Composer XE for Windows".

Yes, or no? Let me know ASAP. Every sales person I've talked to doesn't know and can't guarantee anything!

Doug Fortune
dfortune@smartpipe.net

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