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Parallel Studio XE 2016 on Linux Mint: Unsupported?

Dear board users,

I am trying to install Parallel Studio XE 2016 on a Linux Mint 17.3 machine.

I have seen that the installation process does not support LinuxMint, not even Ubuntu if I remember well. My first question is: Why? Linux Mint certainly is not a fringe system and may inherit the user base of Ubuntu as Ubuntu is getting more commercial and disrespects privacy at some points.

When will Linux Mint be supported? Even Ubuntu is based upon Debian, and Debian seems to be supported.

Second question:

Whether it's fine to use __restrict keyword in this specific example?

It's the same example as in 6.7.3.1 of C99 spec.

EXAMPLE 3 The function parameter declarations

void h(int n, int * restrict p, int * restrict q, int * restrict r)
{
    int i;
    for (i = 0; i < n; i++)
        p[i] = q[i] + r[i];
}

illustrate how an unmodified object can be aliased through two restricted pointers. In particular, if a and b are disjoint arrays, a call of the form h(100, a, b, b) has defined behavior, because array b is not modified within function h.

Intel ICC stm compiler serial number

Hello, Thank you for reading my question.

I want to install a stm compiler in intel. But it is had to do.

I have a two question. 

At first. To install stm compiler, Do I need a intel c compiler(Intel® Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition for Linux*) ?

I already have a parallel studio's serial number but It is not matched to stm compiler insaller.

Second, I don't know where is license file or serial number.

Thank you.

 

#pragma prefetch disabled on STL std::vector

I decided to created a new thread for a strange problem which is related to using #pragma prefetch on STL container std::vector. During the compilation phase ICC 14 disables #pragma prefetch directives which are declared on vector container. I must admit that in case of C-style array aferomentioned pragmas are "accepted" by the Compiler.

Equivalent of lseek, open etc functions in Windows?

Hi,

I am using Intel C++ with Visual Studio Community 2015, When I compile C functions that call the open, read, lseek etc POSIX functions in Windows, I got messages saying 'warning #266 function "lseek" declared implicitly' for example.

I found from Microsoft's documentations that suggest using _open, _read, _lseek instead. Is this the only solution? Does Intel C++ come with its own C run time libraries that have the lseek etc functions?

HCL

Enable C++14 Support option missing from Visual Studio 2015 integration

The current version of Intel C++ compiler supports subset of C++14, which is enabled with  /Qstd:c++14 switch on Windows. Visual Studio 2015 Integration shows only Enable C++11 Support option in project properties, Enable C++14 Support is missing and has to be enabled by adding  /Qstd:c++14 to command line.

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