Hi Peter, and thanks for your replay.
I am still confused. I downloaded a trial version of Inspector XE and it came with a license file (via e-mail). Why do I need Parallel Studio?
I am now downloading it, but I have the license file. Do I need to intall Parallel Studio, or just copy the license file?
Could you also explain with what products does Inspector XE cames with. We currently have Intel Visual Fortran and are trying to upgrade to version 12. When we do the upgrade, what else do we need to get?
Hi again Peter,
I installed Parallel Studio and I was able to use Inspector one time only.
When I compile now I get the following error:
ipo: error #11034: Il version for "path\filename.obj" (206586) does not match compiler's il version (203704) please regenerate.
I clean-Build, clean-Rebuild, delete debug folder and build, but always the same error. The .obj exist, so what is this error mean?
Could you also explain what Inspector does in the sense that it generates its own analysis or just reports, in a visual manner, what the compiler complains about. I am asking because, like I said, we have Intel Visual Fortran 11.somthing and we use to get a lot of errors and warnings displayed (turning diagnostics on). Using Intel Visual Fortran 12, all the diagnostic stuff is no longer shown. So to me, it appears that Inspector is only a reporting tool; am I correct in thinking like that?