SVML sincos Intrinsics Cause Unresolved External Symbol Link Error when /Od or /O1 is Specified


Reference Number : DPD200141987


Version : 11.1


Product : 
Intel® C++ Compiler for Windows*

Operating System : 
Windows XP*

Problem Description : 
The compiler option /Od or /O1 does not work for _mm_sincos_ps(). The Intel® C++ Compiler produces code that calls _mm_sincos_ps as a function instead of the __svml_sincosf4 SVML function which this intrinsic should be calling. This problem also affects _mm_sincos_pd(). The Intel® C++ Compiler does produce correct code for these intrinsics with /O2 or /O3 optimizations.

Resolution Status : 
This is a known issue that may be resolved in a future product release.

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