Is there any option in the intel fortran compiler (ifort) to compile and run the executable automatically after compiling?
I know that it is possible to compile in IVF from CMD by using the ifort command. However, that command only compiles and does not run the executable upon finishing compiling.
I just get the early access to the multi-os engine, and download the OS X platform version, but after I download it and open the .dmg file, and click the "INDE MOE Installer 1.0.285.app", it just c
I want to call pardiso with phase=33 to compute a solution to a given rhs. I'm sure I need to pass it the pt(:) array from the factoring phase, but do I also need to pass it any other arrays used
Quite recently (in May), I decided to update some of my codebase to use OpenMP 4.0 and, in particular, try out the "!$omp declare simd" directive.
There's a minor compile-time problem with cilkpub when compiling with icc 16.0.0. Here's the compile-time error:
I recently upgraded to ifort 16.0 from ifort 15.0.3 for OS X and have encountered an ICE and also an unexpected segmentation fault.
I have installed the Intel RealSense SDK 2015 with RunTime and web runtime. I am also getting all the devices in device manager but the samples are still not running.
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