Intel® Fortran Composer XE

launching the fortran compiler not possible

Dear Service Team,

I have installed the parallel studio xe 2015 cluster version (30 days free). The installation was complete and sucessfull.

But I dont find any .exe file in installation folder for launching neither the fortran compiler nor the parallel studio in general.

When i do via the Start menu and the list of all programs, i can find a button for the "fortran compiler XE 15.0", but it just opens a bowser tab with the following link: file:///C:/Program%20Files%20(x86)/Intel/Composer%20XE%202015/Documentation/en_US/startup_common_w.htm

Problem

Hello,

I bought three years ago a software FORTRAN from Intel. Recently I had a problem with my software. Then, I reinstalled it.
The program works well but I have a message when I try to connect me to internet with my 3G key.
The message that appears on my screen is: Run Time Error! Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime library
and I cannot connect me to internet.
If you have a solution to resolve this problem?
Best regards
Mr AURIA

Character string allocation in elemental subroutine

If I build and run the attached program I get

Method 1:
   {Monday   }
   {Tuesday  }
   {Wednesday}
   {Thursday }
   {Friday   }
   {Saturday }
   {Sunday   }

but I don't understand why. I'd have thought that it should be

Method 1:
   {Monday}
   {Tuesday}
   {Wednesday}
   {Thursday}
   {Friday}
   {Saturday}
   {Sunday}

Access violation reading location 0x00000000

The full error i'm getting is Unhandled exception at 0x0162EF4C in MAIN.exe: 0xC0000005: Access violation reading location 0x00000000

I think this is just a symptom of an underlying problem.  I've been struggling with these types of issues off and on for many years and have never figured out for sure why they happen.

I get this error only with a release build with the following settings:

Internal compiler error with nested ASSOCIATE constructs

program p

   implicit none

   integer :: i(1)

   asc_1: associate ( j => i )

      asc_2: associate ( k => j )

      end associate asc_2

   end associate asc_1

   stop

end program p
------ Build started: Project: p, Configuration: Debug|x64 ------

Compiling with Intel(R) Visual Fortran Compiler XE 15.0.2.179 [Intel(R) 64]...
p.f90
fortcom: Fatal: There has been an internal compiler error (C0000005).
compilation aborted for C:\..\p.f90 (code 1)

 

Mixing redistributables from multiple compiler versions on same machine

Hello,

I have an application that was built with Intel Fortran 14.0 and I'm trying to run it on client workstation where Intel Fortran is not installed. So I've installed Intel Fortran 14.0 redistributable package there but application doesn't work. After research with Dependency Walker I found that this workstation also have Intel Fortran 11.1 redistributables installed, and my application is trying to use the wrong library from old version.

Fortran source pretty printer/refactoring tool

When I switched to IVF/F90/F95 many years ago I used the plusFORT tool from Polyhedron to modernize the hundreds of source files in my Fortran projects saving me a lot of time and effort.Today I tried to use plusFORT again, but the program told me that my license is no longer valid. I wonder if there is free pretty printer/refactoring tool for Fortran available which might include support for the more recent standards. Any suggestions?

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