I came to know that there is Intel® C++ Compiler with the Eclipse* IDE for Linux. Is there any Eclipse IDE for Windows XP/7? If so please provide the link for how to use this.
One more query is that whether this Eclipse IDE supports AVX or not and which version of Visual Studio supports AVX/AVX2/AVX-512.
It seems that Eclipse uses MinGW for compiling C++ programs on Win platform.
Now regarding AVX instruction support in MinGW please read the following article on StackOverflow.
For the Intel C++ Compiler for Windows, we do not support Eclipse. The Intel C++ compiler for Windows relies on the Visual Studio header and libraries, so it is integrated into VS IDE.
Well the Intel C++ Compiler for Android on Windows host, it is integrated into Eclipse. This is for the Android targeting only.
Thank you. Looking for more info about
1.If Eclipse supported in Linux, can we build and execute AVX/AVX-2/AVX-512 registers usage assembly YASM syntax programming in the AVX/AVX2/AVX-512 supported architectures?
2 If latest Intel C++ compiler embedded in Visual Studio 2010, is it supports AVX/AVX2/AVX-512 (YASM assembler syntax) programming, If not which version of VS supports this?
Our main intention is that we require development platform(GUI either in windows/ Linux 64 bit OS) to write and execute AVX/AVX2 YASM syntax assembly programming in supported architectures.
>>>1.If Eclipse supported in Linux, can we build and execute AVX/AVX-2/AVX-512 registers usage assembly YASM syntax programming in the AVX/AVX2/AVX-512 supported architectures?>>>
It depends on YASM assembler.
I need more clarification about
>>>>If latest Intel C++ compiler embedded in Visual Studio 2010, is it supports AVX/AVX2/AVX-512 (YASM assembler syntax) programming, >>>>If not which version of VS supports this?
I came to know from this link http://software.intel.com/en-us/c-compilers/ is that the AVX/AVX2 support is there in the latest Intel C++ compiler. Is this compiler generate code for AVX/AVX2 in the VS 2008/2010 environment?
anyway YASM version 1.2.0 supports AVX2 and will be useful for assembly programming as Assembler.
No matter you're using VS2008 or VS2010, the AVX/AVX2 support is in the Intel C++ compiler 14.0. You just need to use the specific option flags like /QxAVX or /QxCORE-AVX2, or /QaxCORE-AVX2 etc. From cmd line, type "icl /? codegen" to see all the processor specific options.
I see these posts are very old. Any update on the availability of eclipse plug-in for a windows 7 install? It would be extremely helpful given the problems with the recent 2017 release of Visual Studio.