Can the Intel Visual Fortran Compiler for Windows generate a UNIX executable program? If yes, what do I need to do?
Hi,I'm trying to compile with ifc a program (f77), previously working just on unix machines (it's not a long time I use compilers).With the options -O2 -Vaxlib -w -WB -o
I am trying to find a way to compile with compaq visual fortran version 6.6b so that the executable will run in a unix environment.
i have just upgraded my compiler and i get unresolved symbols to _fputs$unix2003
this code compiles fine with version 10.
I have some code that will compile and run with no problems in VMS, but when I use the same compiler in UNIX, i get a compile time error.
I just red the conversation about the option 'recordtype' in the open statement to read dosfiles (CR-LF)in UNIX.
Does anyone know how to change the project properties that are easily changed in Visual Studio, specifically:
Configuration Properties- Debugging- Command Arguments
Hallo, I'm new here and in the world of fortran.
I have some problem and I hope someone here could help me.
I want to know if the Intel IPP runs on Unix Solaris or not. Also what about Linux Red Hat (Enterprise, etc)?