I can't find a clear answer about level of support for GPU compute offload on Linux. It seems that the newest 6th generation CPUs are not supported both on Windows and Linux. Support ends with 5th generation CPUs as stated in Release Notes for Intel Parallel Studio XE 2017. Is that accurate? On the other hand, OpenCL support is better under Windows, where it reaches OpenCL 2.0 on 6th generation CPUs, whereas Linux stops at OpenCL 1.2 on 5th generation CPUs. Will there be a parity in OpenCL support anytime soon?
I have installed Visual Studio 2015 Update 2 and the latest Intel Compiler 16.0 ( I updated to Parallel Studio 2016 Update 2) will not compile "hello world".
I have different compilation results when specify directories to search for include files via `-I` compiler option and `INCLUDE` environment variable.
Windows 10 x64 with MSFT VS 2015 Update 2, Intel Parallel Studio XE 2016 Update 2 and Windows 10 SDK 10.0.10586 installed.
Steps to reproduce
Create sample source file (name it 'sample.cpp'):
How do I get Intel 16 to generate warnings if I mix enum types.
Intel(R) C++ Intel(R) 64 Compiler for applications running on Intel(R) 64, Version 184.108.40.206 Build 20160204
Copyright (C) 1985-2016 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.
Microsoft (R) Incremental Linker Version 11.00.50727.1
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
When I try to use the <future> library in icc, an error shows up. Could anyone know what is the solution? I have searched for the forum and Google, but could not find any solutions. The setting up of icc and the environment is well because I have been using it for a long while.
-bash-4.1$ icc axpy_c++.cpp -std=c++11
axpy_c++_async2.cpp(10): catastrophic error: cannot open source file "future"
compilation aborted for axpy_c++_async2.cpp (code 4)
Using Intel 16.0.2 on Windows I get seqbla16.c(3909): warning #167: argument of type "const char *" is incompatible with parameter of type "const char *" _mm_prefetch((char const *) (outvec+i),_MM_HINT_NTA);
const char *
is not compatible with
const char *
Something similar to what clang-cl has:
When clang-cl is run with the /fallback option, it will first try to compile files itself. For any file that it fails to compile, it will fall back and try to compile the file by invoking cl.exe.
Would it be possible for something similar to be implemented into the C++ compiler?
I'm trying to compile the OpenCV library using VS2008 and Intel Compiler V11.
I get a linker problem as follows:
1>system.obj : error LNK2019: riferimento al simbolo esterno __cpuidex non risolto nella funzione "public: static struct cv::HWFeatures __cdecl cv::HWFeatures::initialize(void)" (?initialize@HWFeatures@cv@@SA?AU12@XZ)
I know, it's in italian, but, please, be patient.
Intel compiler version: 16.0
Boost version: 1.60
Mac running 10.11 (El Capitan) on a Macbook Pro with an Intel Core i7 (2011)
I followed the instructions here very closely: https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/building-boost-with-intel-c-co... and I get errors like these:
I am looking for “silent install INI file” or “silent_config.ini” for Intel(R) C++ Compiler Professional Edition 11.1 for Linux* OS to download. Could someone provide the link.