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Error code of vc100.pdb in debug mode

Hi All,

I recently run into trouble in building intel fortran project in debug mode. The error information is as follows:

Error    2    error code 3 ( can't write file, out of disk, etc.) opening pdb x64\Debug\vc100.pdb  

Error    1    error #31000 corrupt PDB file x64\Debug\vc100.pdb; delete and rebuild; if problem persists, delete and try /Z7 instead

After i delete vc100.pdb and rebuild, the error information is eliminated but a lot of warning information. I tried /Z7 but this does not help.

Upgrade VFPROJ files from Intel 11 to 13

Let me try a new thread which explcictly details my issues.  I am upgrading from VS2008/Intel 11.1 to VS2012/Intel 13.

When I try to build by solution I get many of the following errors:

D:\Devl.OLI\OLIEngines13\src\module\module.vfproj(2,1): error MSB4075: The project file "D:\Devl.OLI\OLIEngines13\src\module\module.vfproj" must be opened in the Visual Studio IDE and converted to the latest version before it can be built by MSBuild.

error - compiled exe is 16bit

I have a 64 bit Windows7 Enterprise PC with icore7 and 2.4Ghz.

I have Intel Parallel Studio XE2013 alongside MS Visual Studio 2010 which I'm a new-be with!

When I compile my fortran code the compilation completes but when the application launches I get a Windows OS message saying that the application is 16bit and will not run on the 64 bit PC.

I'm using the ia32 compiler which I understood would be ok on the 64 bit PC.

Can you suggest what I've got wrong or what I can do to rectify this please?



Intel 13 + 11 on same machine

I have Intel Fortran 11.1 in VS2008 installed.  All development is done using this configuration.

We are upgrading to VS2012 and Intel Fortran 13.  I have just installed VS2012.

However in the initial part of the Intel Fortran 13 install, it is telling me that it will uninstall the Intel Fortran IDE integration.

Does that mean I cannot have both VS2008/Intel11 and VS2012/Intel13 on the same machine?

CPU time, elapsed time, multiple processors and time measurements

Now and then we have discussions here in the forum about CPU time, elapsed time, with single or multiple threads, and the intricacies of time measurements using functions and subroutines provided by IVF and Windows. Although I use time-measuring functions for a number of years now, I am not always sure what I get from the functions and subroutines in fact. Could Dr Fortran perhaps be so kind to write a tutorial about the subject, sharing his encyclopedic knowledge about the subject with us?

error "LNK2001 unresolved external symbol" by ussing different argument types

First of all I have to say that I'm not an expert fortran programer.. and my english is not very good.
I'm porting a Linux fortran program to Windows, and I'm using Compaq Visual Fortran 6.6a for that task (later I will try to migrate the project to Intel Visual Fortran).
The program compiles and links in Linux perfectly, with ifort.
But when I compile with CVF I get several link errors, for example, this:

input1.obj : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol _SETUP@52

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