Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2018, including Intel® C++ Compiler 18.0, is now available from the Intel Registration Center. Release notes can be found https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-c-compiler-180-release-notes.
Some of the new supported features are below:
To adapt to our Intel Parallel Studio Cluster ed., the configure command in the main build script of this application (scripts/update_and_rebuild_libmesh.sh) was modified with these lines:
I am using Intel Parallel Studio 18 with Latest Visual Studio 2017(15.6.2) version
I am trying to use std::variant but I couldn't compile and there is no compiler option to set standard c++ version to latest.
Here is some images:
The ability to set a Intel "Base Platform Toolset" older than the latest version seems to have got broken/lost with the Visual Studio 2017 integration in ICC 2017 Update 4.It only shows v141 and v141_xp (v141 is the VS 2017 toolset)
This seems to be a Visual Studio 2017 integration issue, if I open the same project in VS 2015, the Intel "Base Platform Toolset" shows a full list of possible options back to the oldest version of VS installed on my computer.
Just wondering if anyone using ICC18 has successfully upgraded VS2017 to 15.6.x without issue? I've experienced an unusually high number of failure cases with the Intel compiler moving from one point-release of VS2017 to another. Hoping not to shoot myself in the foot this time :)
I have recently downloaded and installed parallel_studio_xe_2018_update1_cluster_edition for a single user on my linux environment (Debian 9.1). The installation was successful however when i try to set variables in the command line with:
I get the following error:
I installed Intel Parallel studio and before that the Microsoft Visual Studio.
When I try to use ifort from command line, I get the error
error: can't open file moduls.obj for write
I have tried changing all kinds of permissions, but no success. Did anyone also face similar problem ?