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Giorgio_L_
Beginner
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Xcode and -std=c++11

When using the command line with intel 2013 everything works perfectly if I call the compiler with icpc-std = c + +11.
Using the Xcode IDE I can't understand where (and haw) to enter-std = c + +11.

Some help please!!!

Giorgio

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Feilong_H_Intel
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Hi Giorgio,

Under "Build Options" section, Select "Intel C++ Compiler XE" in "Compiler for C/C++/Objective-C".  Scroll down, and you will see a section named "Intel C++ Compiler XE - Language".  In "C ANSI Conformance" dropdown box, select -std=c++11.  In 13.x compiler, it is called -std=c++0x.  FYI.

Feilong

Giorgio_L_
Beginner
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Ok 

Thanks

Giorgio

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