We're scheduling to buy the new Intel Composer XE 2013 for Windows (which - as far as I know - includes the Intel C++ Compiler v13.0 and the Intel Fortran Compiler v13.0).
My problem is, that I need an older version of the Fortran Compiler (namly the 2009 released Fortran Compiler v11.1) to write and link user-defined-subroutines to ANSYS (v13/14). Our ANSYS software support told me, that newer compiler versions could cause problems (e.g. with parallelization). Unfortunately I couldn't find a software reseller which sells the v11.1, but I've found an article on the Intel webpage, which explains how to download older software versions (http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/older-version-product).
So the question is: Can I download the older Fortran Compiler v11.1 from the Intel® Software Development Products Registration Center (IRC) as written in the article and use it with the license from the Intel Composer XE 2013, which we're going to buy??
I'm looking forward to your answer. Regards, Daniel