I have some software we are trying to compile with visual studio 2010 and the fortran composer spits out FCompW/Flexlm lcensing errors.
I currently have a valid license for Intel Visual Fortran Compiler Professional Edition for Windows (With IMSL) and have looked into trying out the new Composer XE version.
This page provides the Installation Guide and Release Notes for the Intel® [Visual] Fortran Composer XE 2013 products.
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I purchased Intel Visual Fortran Composer XE for Windows last weekend and received the confirmation e-mail, including license key, from Intl Software Partners.
I'm using the fortran (ifort) composer_xe_2013 to run a climate model. I'm getting the error message below:
Intel Fortran Composer XE 2011 is the new release of the product formerly known as Intel Fortran Compiler Professional Edition. It is