Until a year ago was possible integration between the IDE X code and INTEL C++ and then, with the new OSX this integration has not been possible.
Maybe I missed something ( or some comment in this forum) in the last few months but what is the situation now?
I have the OS X version 10.9.4 and X code version 5.1.1.
Help please !!!!
The integration of Intel Compiler into Xcode IDE is still there. Please let me know what version of the compiler do you use? Also please paste here the output of `ls /Library/Application\ Support/Developer/`.
sorry for the previous message.
The output of ls /Library/Application\Support/Developer/ is :
The version of the compiler: if I do which
gl-iMac:~ lg$ which icpc
I.m using the following environment vars :
# set environment vars for Intel (R) C++ compiler
source /opt/intel/bin/compilervars.sh intel64
This is the list of icpc that i find in /usr/bin/
Thanks for the information. I assume you have an older version of compiler that did not have support of Xcode 5.1. The latest compiler updates works fine with Xcode 5.1. To get more information about the version you use, you can run "icpc -V".
To work around the issue, you can use the following command:
sudo ln -s /Library/Application\ Support/Developer/5.0 /Library/Application\ Support/Developer/5.1
and restart Xcode.
The sudo command functioned in the sense that it creates the link. but X code still does not "see" Intel.
With the previous version I created in X code in a new Target roule and Intel C++ list appeared.
Now it asks me a custum script; What should I write?
Xcode should have "seen" Intel compiler after you created the link. Please make sure you restarted Xcode (Quit then Open).
If that does not work could you paste output from 'ls /Library/Application\Support/Developer/5.1/Xcode/Plug-ins'.
When Intel compiler integration is properly loaded into Xcode, "Intel C++ Compiler XE 14.0" will appear on the list for the new Build Rule.
Nothing happens. Xcode does not see Intel.
I also tried to reinstall X code but to no avail.
The directory/Library/Application\Support/Development contains the sub directories 4.5 and 5.0 with the sub directories Apple/Plug-ins while the 5.1 appears but classified not directory but link
ls /Library/Application\Support/Developement/5.1 simply sed : not a directory
Perhaps there is something wrong with the link because 'ls' should show its content as if it was a usual directory.
Let's try copy instead of link then:
$ sudo rm /Library/Application\ Support/Developer/5.1
$ sudo cp -r /Library/Application\ Support/Developer/5.0 /Library/Application\ Support/Developer/5.1
Please let ne know the results.