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Top New Features in Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2019 Beta

  • Scale and perform on the path to exascale. Enable greater scalability and improve latency with the latest Intel® MPI Library.
  • Get better answers with less overhead. Focus more fully on useful data, CPU utilization of physical cores, and more using new data-selection support from Intel® VTune Amplifier’s Application Performance Snapshot.
  • Visualize parallelism. Interactively build, validate, and visualize algorithms using Intel® Advisor’s Flow Graph Analyzer.
  • Stay up-to-date with the latest standards:
    • Expanded C++17 and Fortran 2018 support
    • Full OpenMP* 4.5 and expanded (partial) support for OpenMP* 5.0 (Preview 2) specification
    • Python* 3.6 and 2.7

New Features in Intel® Fortran Compiler

  • User-defined reductions, completing support for OpenMP* 4.5
  • BLOCK construct inside an OpenMP parallel region
  • Array shape checking
  • Coarray Events for synchronization of different coarray images

We’ve added a “What’s new in Intel® Compiler 19.0 beta” presentation to our main beta page. You are welcome to review it and try out the new features.

To learn more, visit Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2019 Beta page.

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Devorah - Intel® Developer Support

Dear Devorah:

I loaded the beta onto my system - VS 2017 Community in parallel with the 2018 Fortran update 2. 

It worked ok for a few days and then yesterday the VS updated to 15.7.1 and the beta went to pieces, giving me an rc.exe not found error.  I tried repairing all of the programs and that was no go. 

I deleted everything and reinstalled several times - but I just gave up on the beta - it will not run with VS 2017 15.7.1 - a whole lot of weird errors, such as:

1. unable to read project files

2. libio*.lib cannot find this library - I found it in the Intel 64 compiler area and copied it into the 32 bit spot and that worked with 2018 but not the beta. I have never seen this error before. 

3. Several of the programs I created whole new solutions to get them running on 2018 after playing with them with the beta. 

It was fun, but I am out of time to keep playing with it. 

John

 

 

 

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Nichols, John wrote:

Dear Devorah:

I loaded the beta onto my system - VS 2017 Community in parallel with the 2018 Fortran update 2. 

It worked ok for a few days and then yesterday the VS updated to 15.7.1 and the beta went to pieces, giving me an rc.exe not found error.  I tried repairing all of the programs and that was no go. 

I deleted everything and reinstalled several times - but I just gave up on the beta - it will not run with VS 2017 15.7.1 - a whole lot of weird errors, such as:

1. unable to read project files

2. libio*.lib cannot find this library - I found it in the Intel 64 compiler area and copied it into the 32 bit spot and that worked with 2018 but not the beta. I have never seen this error before. 

3. Several of the programs I created whole new solutions to get them running on 2018 after playing with them with the beta. 

It was fun, but I am out of time to keep playing with it. 

John

Hi John,

Thank you for the report. I am sorry that you are having issues with the latest version of VS.  

 Our engineering team will investigate these issues you have reported.  

Devorah - Intel® Developer Support

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