An run-time error is given by ifort version 15.0.0 using the "-check all" option when passing a null pointer to an optional argument.
Without the the "-check all" option, the result seems correct.
Gfortran is ok
I am using ifort version 15.0.1 to compile and build my code with the open source PETSc and MPI
Compiling has no error msg but during building, I got the errors below, though in the end the build completed with a working a.out. However, I'm still worried there's some underlying problems. What do these errors mean?
ipo: warning #11021: unresolved xcb_connection_has_error
Referenced in /usr/lib64/libX11.so
I have recently run into an internal compiler error with ifort 15.0, for a piece of code that works just fine with Ifort 14.0. I think this is a regression bug.
The catastrophic error shows up when I create a polymorphic pointer to an extended type with a long name, which is defined within a module that also has a long name. I see the error whenever the sum of the two names (module + type) is equal to or larger than 110 characters.
Please consider the following code:
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wan't to ask if it's permitted to define certain restrictions on the shape of assumed shape arrays?
For example something like:
integer(GST_IK), intent(in) :: lm(2,:)
Thanks for advice
I have some questions about Intel® Software Development Suite Student Edition for OS X:
1. As shown in "product info", Intel Software Development Suite Student Edition for "Linux" and "Windows" includes the MKL. However, it seems that Intel Software Development Suite Student Edition for "Mac OS X" does not !?!?! Is it true???
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