The following code produces an ICE with ifort 15.0 Build 20150407 (on Linux Intel(R) 64)
I have just created a modified version of a program and selected win32 debug and done a clean build. I have added a break-point and selected start debugging.
The program starts, opens a console window, then stops at a READ statement and offers me to BREAK or CONTINUE.
EDIT ADDED LATER:
The problem was an end-of-file during reading of a file (the file was empty!). However, I was expecting to see the usual debug stuff to turn up, when I got the following behaviour. Is it normal?
I'm a beginner with Directshow, but made my first application already. I'm able to capture and preview various cameras I use for the project I'm working on. However, all the capture content is RAW video, so huge in size. Therefore, I would like to use the Intel h264 encoder. I built my software in Labview, but first test my directshow setup in Graphedit. However, I don't see the Intel filters in Graphedit. I installed the media SDK, but that is how far I got.
I hope somebody has the patience to walk me through the process or give me some pointers where to look.
I am running Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE 2015 Update 4, (build 410668) on Windows 8.1 with a Core i7-4770 processor
When I check "Analyze vectorization" in a custom analysis I get the message "Vectorization analysis is not supported for this microprocessor. See release note for more détails".
I want to run this on a program compiled in VS2012 with Intel Fortran Version 15.0.0122.11. My user account on this PC has administrator rights.
I can't find any explanation for this in the VTune Help.
I'm Building Intel® IPP 7.1 Samples, following steps from:
perl build.pl --cmake=speech-codecs,intel64,make,d,mt,debug --build --clean
my code is growing fat and I start having problems with label numbers. Do anybody know a tool to sequentially renumber the labels?
(disclaimer: I did a forum search, but I got only a few unrelated posts).
Thanks in advance.
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I have a requirement for a large .dll to be re-initialized. (So, basically, all the SAVE variables, all the DATA variables, all the COMMON variables, need to be reset to their starting values). I've been using the FreeLibrary() LoadLibrary() WinAPI functions for this purpose, but I've come across Thread Local Storage as an interesting alternative that would possibly work a little bit faster. (We're not using OpenMP, just a single threaded .dll and its caller). Is it possible to compile a Fortran .dll to default to Thread Local Storage?
I have imported many CVF projects, but yesterday I imported a project that is showing up in Visual Studio as a C project instead of a fortran project. The import did produce a .vcxproj and .vfproj files along with the .sln file. The project property pages are for C instead of fortran. What did I do wrong? Should I start over?
Dear great Intel Fortran Developers team,
I would like to report a possible bug in ifort 15.0.3.