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Intel® Thread Checker - Where do I get a license file?

If you purchased the Intel® Thread Checker on a CD, the license is included on the CD in the top-most level folder.

If you obtained this product electronically from the Web or if you are using an evaluation version, please refer to the email sent to you after you requested this product. Once you receive this product, you also automatically get access to Intel® Thread Profiler.

  • Microsoft Windows* (XP, Vista, 7)
  • Intel® Thread Checker
  • Installing the Intel® C++ or Fortran Compiler 9.1 for Windows from the CD Image

    If you disabled the "autorun" feature of the CD drive when trying to install the Intel® C++ or Fortran Compiler 9.1 for Windows from a CD, the installation will not automatically start.

    If necessary, please choose one of the following two alternative installation methods:

  • Microsoft Windows* (XP, Vista, 7)
  • C/C++
  • Fortran
  • Intel® C++ Compiler
  • What information to provide when there is an issue with Intel® Parallel Amplifier?

    When discussing an issue in the Intel® Parallel Amplifier forum or requesting support from Intel engineers, please help developers investigating the problem by providing the following:

    • Provide a clear statement of the issue and the context in which it happens

    • How to reproduce: include all information you think it could be useful for engineers to work on the issue

    • System information and product logs including warning messages and if relevant, installation logs.

  • Intel® VTune™ Amplifier
  • Legacy Products
  • Intel® Parallel Amplifier
  • Parallel Computing
  • Performance Tools for Software Developers - Loop blocking

    Loop blocking is a combination of strip mining and loop interchange to enhance reuse of local data. It helps the nested loops that manipulate arrays and are too large to fit into the cache. The loop blocking allows reuse of the arrays by transforming the
  • Linux*
  • Apple OS X*
  • Microsoft Windows* (XP, Vista, 7)
  • C/C++
  • Intel® C++ Compiler
  • Intel® Parallel Studio XE Composer Edition
  • cache blocking
  • Loop blocking
  • Optimization
  • How to share the solution and project files within the development team with only one copy Intel® C++ Compiler

    If you develop and build your application within Visual Studio* IDE, when you move to use Intel C++ compiler, you will see that a .icproj file is created for every project that uses the Intel C++ compiler.  The Intel .icproj file contains a reference to the original .vcproj file (the .vcproj file is not modified) and also contains Intel C++ compiler specific settings.  The solution file that contains the project is also modified to reference the .icproj file instead of the .vcproj file.  In essence, the Intel C++ project (stored in the .icproj file) is a "w

  • Microsoft Windows* (XP, Vista, 7)
  • C/C++
  • Intel® C++ Compiler
  • Intel® Parallel Studio XE Composer Edition
  • Performance Tools for Software Developers - Updating icl.cfg and iclvars.bat manually for Microsoft* Platform SDK

    If you have both Visual Studio* 2005 and the Platform SDK installed, the installation will set up the build environment for using the Intel® C++ Compiler for Intel® 64-based on Visual Studio 2005.

    If you'd like to change the build environment for Intel 64 to be based on the Platform SDK, follow the steps below:

  • Microsoft Windows* (XP, Vista, 7)
  • C/C++
  • Intel® C++ Compiler
  • Performance Tools for Software Developers - Designated Initializers in C++ Mode

    The front-end of the Intel® C++ Compiler 10.X, 11.X versions will no longer accept designated initializers for non-POD types in GNU C++ mode (and other C++ modes that accept designated initializers)
  • Linux*
  • Apple OS X*
  • C/C++
  • Intel® C++ Compiler
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