Those of you who follow my @DoctorFortran Twitter feed have seen this already, but for the rest of you... I have acquired five MinnowboardMAXes - small single-board computers with dual-core Atom processors and 2GB of RAM. My primary goal for these is to form a Linux cluster and demonstrate coarrays on them, but I took one of them and loaded Windows 10 and Visual Fortran on it. Works fine, if not the speediest thing in the world.
I have a .rc resource file in a Fortran DLL project where I set information like the version number. Is there a way to automatically increment part of the file version number with each build? I currently manually edit the file version number, which is not onerous, but automation would be welcome. It looks like the .rc file is a text file that could perhaps be modified by a script, unless that would corrupt it. Thanks for any advice.
Oh the trouble I had - when compiling the attached the compiler went bad, which made me all sad. If it got fixed I would be glad, so help me, before I go mad.
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I recently attempted to upgrade my Fortran compiler to the Fortran Composer XE 2015 edition released on 2/5/2015. The Fortran upgrade appears to have gone OK. However, when installing the MKL libraries I get an error that the debugger extension requires Visual Studio 2012 or 2013, and the install window for the MKL libraries places a red X on the install of "Intel MKL core libraries for Intel (c) 64" and "Intel MKL core libraries for IA32". Does the new version of MKL require Visual Studio 2012 or 2013?
Does the Intel compiler/ OpenMP runtime lib. support OpenMP 4.0 for accelerators?