>The output you're posting does not come from our compiler
Yes, it comes from Eclipse.
But I am not sure why you're getting the warning, though.
One condition that would cause this message is that the intel64 compiler isnt available on the system anymore, though it was when the project was created.
Eclipse integration determines the location of the compiler from the PATH (set by the compilervars_arch.(c)sh), rpm qa output, and the content of intel/intel_sdp_products.db.
So, if you installed the compiler but renamed the installation directory, for examle, the integration wont be able to find the compiler and you will get the warning. If you ran compilervars_arch.(c)sh or set PATH to a compiler binary, though, the intgration still will be able to find the compiler so you wouldn't be getting the warning.
Youd also get it if you deleted the compiler from the system.
Another condition that would cause this message is that the integration somehow thinks it's not running on Intel 64. I highly suspect this is not the case.
Unfortunately, the warning message is issued by Eclipse itself(not our Eclipse integration) and we can't change the text. If you have suggestion for a better text, I can try submitting a bug report to Eclipse.