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.
I have some software we are trying to compile with visual studio 2010 and the fortran composer spits out FCompW/Flexlm lcensing errors.
This page provides the Installation Guide and Release Notes for the Intel® [Visual] Fortran Composer XE 2013 products.
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This three minute video explains how to build and run a sample Fortran matrix multiplication application which demonstrates the benefit of using Intel® Math Kernel Library calls rather than impleme
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