It appears that the behavior of EXECUTE_COMMAND_LINE does not conform to the F2008 standard, section 13.7.57.
program ifort_execute_cmd_line integer :: stat, cstat call execute_command_line ("/bin/true", exitstat=stat, cmdstat=cstat) print *, stat, cstat call execute_command_line ("/bin/false", exitstat=stat, cmdstat=cstat) print *, stat, cstat call execute_command_line ("/bin/true", exitstat=stat) print *, stat call execute_command_line ("/bin/false", exitstat=stat) print *, stat end
I've downloaded Intel Parallel Studio XE Composed Edition for C++ Linux, (composer_xe_2015) and tried to compile a test program for ScaLAPACK. However, I cannot find the ScaLAPACK libraries in the lib/intel64. The only version of libmkl_scalapack_lp64 resides in the lib/mic directory, and LD skips this as incompatible.
Am I missing anything, or ScaLAPACK is not included in the version of MKL distributed with Composer XE 2015?
Thanks for your help!
I'm completely newbie to TBB, i want to use "concurrent_bounded_queue" in my application (i do not plan to use any other parts of TBB if this matters)
I've downloaded and extracted TBB, now I have tbb43_20140724oss folder on my PC.
What next steps should I do to use "concurrent_bounded_queue" from VS2012 (MS VC++ compiler)?
The __builtin_ia32_bextr_u64() intrinsic for the BMI instruction BEXTR in ICC is incompatible with the GCC. The GCC version expects two arguments, but ICC takes three.
Back in the old days, one only needed to think about ME (Intel® Manageability Engine) Firmware if one was using Intel® Active Management Technology (AMT) on Intel® vProTM Technology systems.