We have recently switched to the Intel compiler (Composer XE 2015) and we are trying to use WIX to create an installer for our product. We are currently having an issue with the x64 merge module (w_ccompxe_redist_intel64_2015.3.208.msm), WIX throws the following error:
light.exe(0,0): error LGHT0204: ICE80: This 32BitComponent Comp_cilkrts20.dll.D9F09DDD_F3FE_427A_A63E_83D87E7D99CC uses 64BitDirectory compiler.D9F09DDD_F3FE_427A_A63E_83D87E7D99CC
We have been using the Microsoft merge modules for several years and had no issues.
i am trying to build a multimap with unique_ptr and i am getting strange compilation errors in Linux
Can the Linux ICC be used in order to produce executables that run on Win. We are developing software that depends heavily on numerical computation and we want to use intel compiler to achieve a boost in our performance, but our budget currently allows for only one platform license.
I just want to know How to download & install Intel Academic Compiler for C++, FORTRAN on linux.
I am trying to compile a c++ code which uses C++-11 features. The code can be build with gcc-4.8.3 using the following command
g++ -std=c++11 main.cpp sequitur/*.cpp
However, I am not able to compile it on Parallel Studio XE 2015. Although Visual studio 2013 doesn't fully implement C++-11 features, the ICL reports some error in the visual studio header files. I know that visual studio is unable to build that. I have installed parallel XE 2015 to use ICL features.
I have installed Visual studio 2013 express and after that, I installed Intel parallel studio XE 2015 trial. Problem is, after installation I don't see any intel compiler button on the toolbars.
This morning, I installed the last Intel Professionel Edition for C++ 2015 update.
After that, I started getting an error every time I tried to compile my main project :
I am optimizing my code. When I use O2 compiler option, the code runs repeatedly two times, the results are different in each repeat. But when I change to O0 compiler option, the results are the same. What might be the reason?
BTW, I am using CentOS 6.5 and the command line is as follows:
icpc -O2 -DALIGN_OPT=16 -DSSE -ipo main_turbo_decoding_cfunc.cpp turbo_decoding_cfunc.cpp -o turbo_decoding -lrt