I ran into a problem with the following code, which compiles fine with gcc and clang, but fails with icc 18.0.1:
I tried to compile the library QuantLib-1.12 (a library for quantitative finance, see www.quantlib.org) with icc 18.0.1 (and 18.0.2) on Ubuntu 17.04.
I followed the instructions
with some modifications (compiler option -xHOST instead of -xT).
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My environment is Centos 7.
I can to install ICC into docker container via bash manually, and then create one new image with icc support.
When installing icc via install script, there is user interface to choose some setup options.
Is there any method to install icc with only some bash command and without any user interface? Then, I can create new image with icc support via DockerFile.
how to install ICC into contain via DockerFile
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I'm currently fighting hard with the newest version of ICL. First the profile generated code crashes in Intel stuff (https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-c-compiler/topic/760787#co...) and now this:
- If I compile /fp:fast /OxAVX2, everything is fast, the executable is huge and I cannot make it smaller using profile based build (see the other post). And it runs only on AVX2 CPUs.
- If I compile /fp:fast /OxSSE2 /OaxAVX, everything is fast, less but still
I have tried to report this issue both here (https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-c-compiler/topic/642800) and by boost (https://svn.boost.org/trac10/ticket/13192, https://svn.boost.org/trac10/ticket/13502#ticket), but it still exists in last beta 1.67.
It would be nice, to have that fixed in the next release.
I am using the Intel C++ compiler within Visual Studio (Community 2017). After a recent update (Parallel Studio XE 2018 Update 2 for Windows) when I try to build my C++ code I get 100 errors. The errors are all from xtgmath.h.
Here is an example of a group of errors relating to a single line,
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