Does anyone know of a company that provides software training for the Intel Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition products? My company utilizes tthat software in our product development. However, there is a recognized lack of expertise in the auxiliary Intel software (debugger, amplifer, vtunes, tbb, ipp, inspector, adivsor, ...). I did come across a thread in the Intel Visual Fortran Compiler for Windows subgroup titled "Fortran Parallel Studio Training" where Rob asked about training for Parallel Studio and Fortran.
I have a simple block construct:
call fcn(x, f, flag)
nf = nf + 1
if (flag < 0) then
phi = f**2
end block BLKF
Using Intel Parallel Studio XE 2015 for Windows, the following error is generated causing compilation to be aborted:
Error 1 error #6604: The CYCLE or EXIT statement must belong to a particular DO construct, and they do not.
i have a question related to conditional breakpoints. Im using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and Intel(R) Visual Fortran Compiler Professional 11.1.067 for my Fortran Project.
I'm aware that conditional breakpoints decrease the performance, but i'm not sure if a drop from 25% to 2-3% cpuload to be expected. I wonder which strategy is used.
1. Code injection would be to complicated
module m implicit none private type, public :: t private integer, allocatable :: m_i(:) contains private procedure, pass(this), public :: set => set_t procedure, pass(this), public :: get => get_t end type t interface module subroutine set_t(this, iarr) class(t), intent(inout) :: this integer, intent(in) :: iarr(:) end subroutine set_t module function get_t(this) result(msg) class(t), intent(in) :: this !.. function result
We're getting from somebody a Fortran static library in archive (.a) format, compiled on a Linux box with gfortran. Is it possible to include this library in a build of a Fortran program using VFW?
Second question. If our supplier were to use an Intel fortran compiler on Linux, would it then be compatible? What about gfortran under Windows?
Thanks for all info on this.
Is it possible to have the licensed compiler and linker (or whatever they are called now) coexist with the 2016 Beta Version? What about other libraries and tools (MKL, VTune, etc.)?
BTW, I use the 2010 Visual Studio that comes with the compiler.
I ran some code on intel visual fortran compiler
(Intel(R) Visual Fortran Compiler Integration for Microsoft Visual Studio* 2008, 11.1.3471.2008, Copyright (C) 2002-2010 Intel Corporation Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Version 9.0.21022.8.RTM On the help page it said "Intel® Visual Fortran Compiler Professional Edition 11.1")
I have a program for processing data of engineering which is coded in Fortran 90. An error occurs with the 'BACKSPACE' state in the program, but I have no idea about how to fix it.
At the beginning of the process, some temp data has been written into a scratch 'unformatted' file,and then I use 'BACKSPACE' to read it out in reverse. When the file pointer almost approaches the beginning of the scratch file, an error occurs with the 'BACKSPACE' , the return value of 'IOSTAT=23' and 'IOMSG='B'' are output ! But,I do not know what this error code means.
I have written an 64 bit console application. The application runs perfectly well on my computer (OS Windows 7) on which MS Visual Studio 2013 and Intel Visual Fortran is installed. But the application does not run on a server with OS Windows 2012 Server . Visual Fortran and Visual Studio is not installed on the server. Do I have to install Visual Fortran/Visual Studio on the server too in order to run the application? The dwi file of dependency walker, the error massage and the exe are given in the attached zip file.
Hi, I would like to know if there is a guide to migrating fortran code running on linux to windows, also have basically migrated with a lttle pain but having issues with a .f which contains a function. The code does not compile and throws error
Error 1 error #6218: This statement is positioned incorrectly and/or has syntax errors
Any help wil be greatly appreciated.