Hello Intel® C++ User Forum,
Thank you for your participation in the Intel® Software Development Tools 2015 Beta program. The Beta program is now closed. Thanks to your invaluable feedback, the Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2015 products are now available for download from the Intel® Registration Center.
Your beta license and software will continue to function until September 25, 2014. You are welcome to continue testing this software and entering bug reports via http://premier.intel.com. However, once you complete your testing, we recommend removing all beta software and your beta license. Please see your product documentation or release notes for instructions on software removal.
We look forward to sharing our new products with you!
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I've installed 2015 Beta on CentOS on my system with dual Xeon Phi 5110P's. From command line I can build applications fine and run on Host and MIC. The problem now is I want to integrate XE 2015 with Eclipse Kepler. Following the integration instructions proceeds without error.
Build of "Hello World" project fails due to Tool Chain still pointing at older version XE 2013. It would be nice if there were a converter for the existing projects. Note, I am unable to edit the selected Tool Chain.
When I create a new project. It appears as if the new tool chain is constructed properly. However the paths are bunged up since
#include < iostream >
Cannot locate iostream
This is likely an issue with the new installation of Eclipse not finding the standard include files for GCC. I will have to try building using the GCC tool chain to see if same error shows.
Another issue from Eclipse:
Help | Help Contents | Intel(R) C++ Composer XE 2015 Documentation for Linux* OS
Gets you to an html page with Start Here. Clicking on Start Here gets you to small help screen with none of the links active.
If there is a better place to submit issues for Beta 2015, please let me know.
You can see the informaion about missed several domains in IPP 8.2 in IPP Release Notes:
In preparation for deprecation in a future release, the following domains are no longer installed by default:
For this release, the domains are still available for installation, see below for details. Further details on the deprecation plans for these domains will be provided at http://software.intel.com/sites/products/ipp-deprecated-features-feedback/ when appropriate.
Audio Coding (ippAC)
Speech Coding (ippSC)
Image Compression (ippJP)
Video Coding (ippVC)
Small Matrices (ippMX)
Realistic Rendering (ippRR)
Generated Transforms (ippGEN)
Data Integrity (ippDI)
what do you mean "not compatible with old version"? We only marked several IPP domains as deprecated (so it is possble that the domains will not supported in the future and will be removed from IPP package at all) and the domains are not installed by default. But in any cases you can install and use them.
I am also missing ippm. I manually checked all libs under IPP in the installation of Parallel Studio 2015, but it looks like ippm is not one of them (screenshot attached). Is it officially out or is there something I am doing wrong?
Are there alternatives for ippmQRBackSubst_mv_32f, ippmMul_mv_32f, ippmInvert_m_32f?