I have Xcode 7.3.1 installed on El Capitan and Parallel Studio XE 2016 update 3 seemed to install without issue, I can compile from the command line just fine. However when I followed the instructions in "Getting Started", namely these ones regarding Xcode:
You must first create or choose an existing Xcode* project. These instructions assume you are using an existing project.
Select the target you want to change and click Build Rules.
Add a new rule by clicking a + button or using Editor > Add Build Rule.
Under Process, select C source files or C++ source files depending on the source files.
Under Using, select either ICL or ICCIntel® C++ Compiler 16.0.
Select the target to be built in the project editor under Targets.
Select Product > Build.
When I get to step 4 ICL or ICCIntel is not an option on the menu. Is this expected/is there some other step I missed?
Could you please go to "Build Settings" tab, "Build Options" section and "Compiler for C/C++/Objective-C" field and check the options in the drop down. I have attached a screenshot for reference. If the Intel C++ Compiler integration to xcode went fine during installation, you should have Intel C++ Compiler in the drop down.
Thanks and Regards
Thanks for your reply. Yes, that's exactly what I had expected however I do not see the intel compiler in the drop down. This was a completely fresh 10.11 machine fully updated with the latest Xcode. The installer gave no indication that anything didn't work. If there is any installer log file somewhere that could help let me know. Anything else I should try?