Using Intel Libraries for oneAPI with Eclipse*

The following topic applies to Eclipse* for C/C++.

You can use the Intel® C++ Compiler for oneAPI with the following Intel Libraries for oneAPI that may be included as a part of the product:

  • Intel® oneAPI Data Analytics Library (oneDAL)
  • Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP)
  • Intel® oneAPI Threading Building Blocks (oneTBB )
  • Intel® oneAPI Math Kernel Library (oneMKL)

To access these libraries in Eclipse*, use the property pages:

  1. Select your project.
  2. Open the property pages from Project > Properties and select C/C++ Build > Settings.
  3. Select Intel C/C++ Compiler > Performance Library Build Components.

The Use oneAPI Data Analytics Library property allows enabling the library and bringing in the associated headers.

  • None: Disable Use of oneDAL.
  • Use threaded oneDAL: Link using the threaded version of the library.
  • Use non-threaded oneDAL: Link using the non-threaded version of the library.

The Use Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives Libraries property provides the following options in a drop-down menu:

  • None: Disable use of Intel® IPP.
  • Use main libraries set: Link using the main libraries set.
  • Use non-pic version of libraries: Link using the version of the libraries that do not have position-independent code.

The Use oneAPI Math Kernel Library property provides the following options in a drop-down menu:

  • None: Disables the use of the oneMKL.
  • Use threaded oneMKL: Link using the threaded version of the library.
  • Use non-threaded oneMKL: Link using the non-threaded version of the library.
  • Use oneMKL Cluster and sequential oneMKL libraries: Link using the oneMKL Cluster Edition libraries and the sequential oneMKL libraries.

The Use oneAPI Threading Building Blocks on the Property page allows enabling the library and bringing in the associated headers.

For more information, see the oneDAL, Intel® IPP, oneMKL, and oneTBB documentation.

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