Intel® Fortran Composer XE

Missing dll when executing on other PC's

To the Intel Forum,

I've installed Intel Fortran (XE 2013 SP1) onto my PC (M/S Windows 7) and have ported/converted a Compaq VF code to IVF.  I created an executable under the Debug Configuration Manager (Win32 option) which successfully runs and produces the 'expected' output..

I then created a Release Version executable for other PC's (also Windows 7), but have found this executable does not work on a different PC.  The error message on this PC says:

"Program cannot start because the file libifcoremd.dll is missing on your computer"

Intel Parallel Studio XE 2015 Update 1 Composer Edition - VS 2012 Integration failed

- I have installed VS 2012 Professional

And after that I did Install w_fcompxe_2015.1.148.exe (Intel Parallel Studio XE 2015 Composer Edition)

I have checked and confirmed the integration while installing, This appears in VS 2012 (Help-> About), there is no Intel Fortran Compiler, nor in Options->Tools nor in Create New Projects.

Microsoft Visual Studio Professional 2012
Version 11.0.61030.00 Update 4
Microsoft .NET Framework
Version 4.5.51209

Installed Version: Professional

Compatibility: ObjectARX and Visual Fortran

Hello, everyone!


I am Welber, from Brazil, and i was started the research in my university in Strutctural Analysis for AutoCad with programation.

I saw wich when i want to develop somehting for AutoCad i need to use "ObjectARX" and Visual Studio Professional (with some language of programation). But, i can't do it work good.


When I finish the instalation package, I see the VS and not find the option "ObjectARX" with the language "Visual Fortran"


FORALL vs. nested DO construct / Compare - Contrast

I have code which has the following block:

FORALL(I = 1:II, J = 1:JJ, K = 1:KK, NULL(I, J, K) == 1)
    V(I, J, K) = FRAC(I, J, K) * DX(I, J, K) * DY(I, J, K) * DZ(I, J, K)
    VN(I, J, K) = DX(I, J, K) * DY(I, J, K) * DZ(I, J, K)

In compiling / running the code after turning off my StackReserveSize number, I was noting this code was eating up stack.  So, I replaced it with

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