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Eclipse IDE for projects created with previous version of intel compiler

marcsolal
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I have several projects created with Eclipse IDE which were using the Intel C++ compiler version 2019.  I installed the new oneapi base kit and HPC kit with support of linux. It looks this worked correctly since I can create new projects using the new compilers. When I try to compile my old project with the new compiler I get this error:

 

Errors occurred during the build.
Errors running builder 'CDT Builder' on project 'femcascade.2022'.
Cannot invoke "org.eclipse.cdt.managedbuilder.core.IOutputType.getOutputExtensions(org.eclipse.cdt.managedbuilder.core.ITool)" because "outType" is null

 

It is not really clear, but when I try to check the compiler setting this is what I get:

 

Orphaned configuration. No base extension cfg exists for intel.config.composerxe.exe.release.1560717492

 

So, my understanding is that eclipse is looking for the previous intel compiler. Is there a way to fix that?

Thanks,

Marc

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Subarnarek_G_Intel
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What is the older version of Eclipse that you are using?


Subarnarek_G_Intel
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Unfortunately, transfer settings is not support in eclipse when switching toolchain. It is the limitation of Eclipse.


Subarnarek_G_Intel
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