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Intel Visual Fortran Compiler 16.0 Beta Update 1 for Windows* Release Notes (for Intel Parallel Studio XE 2016 Beta)

This document provides a summary of new and changed product features and includes notes about features and problems not described in the product documentation. 

This release of the Intel® Visual Fortran Compiler 16.0 product is a Pre-Release, and as such is subject to the terms and conditions defined in the End User License Agreement (“EULA”) accompanying this release, including but not limited to Section 3.C.i of the EULA and the contents of the fredist.txt file.

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  • Help connecting COM Library in Fortran Code


    I need some help to connect a COM library to my Fortran code. To start of I am using Visual Studios 2010 with Visual Fortran Compiler XE15.0 Update 3. I do have some experiance with Fortran programming but no experience with using COM libraries and their integration in various codes.

    The goal is to use the Fortran code to set up and performe measurements on a commercial measurement instrument. I have access an COM library in the form of a .tlb file that can be used to controll the measurment instrument.

    Submodule+coarray bug with IVF 16.0

    The following code triggers compiler error #8361 (A coarray or an object with a coarray ultimate component shall be a dummy argument or have the ALLOCATABLE or SAVE attribute.) for coarray J. I think this is incorrect, but I may be wrong.

    Using SAVE for J eliminates this error message.

    INTEGER :: I[*]
    INTEGER :: J[*]
    USE A


    Need an advice on programming graphic using either Visual Fortran or Visual C/C+

    Dear All,

    I have a project on fluid flow with graphics on. I am looking forward to continue developing the solver part in Fortran but the UI with a graphic console in mixed language form. I just need an advice that which one of the following two options is better;

    passing a character string in c++ t oa dll function in Fortran


    I have a fortran dll with a large number of functions receiving character strings as arguments

    for example

    double precision function func(str1,prop1,prop2,str2) BIND(C,name='cppfunc')

    use, intrinsic :: ISO_C_BINDING


    implicit none

    !define input variables

    character, dimension (12), intent(in) :: str1

    character, dimension(255), intent(in) :: str2


    additional processing

    on the c++ side I declare a function

    extern "C"


    link error

    Hello I have upgraded to the new version of the compiler and I am getting the following error

    1>LINK : fatal error LNK1104: cannot open file 'libmmdd.lib'

    I am using Intel(R) Visual Fortran Compiler XE both in 32 and 64 bit

    any help would be welcome




    values of parameters in ENTRY

    Working with :


    1>------ Build started: Project: Xdsim10, Configuration: Debug Win32 ------

    1>Compiling with Intel(R) Visual Fortran Compiler XE [IA-32]...


    in Visual Studio Professional 12 - Update 4.

    In debugging, values of parameters passed in ENTRY statements are not displayed.

    Quick watch notification is : 'undefined variable' or something like that.

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