I installed the trial version of the "Intel® Integrated Native Developer Experience 2015 Build Edition for OS X*" and found that the "ICL Intel® C++ Compiler XE 15.0" option is not available in Xcode 6 for compiling either C or C++ files.
Is this a known problem with the installer?
BTW, this thread was originally posted to both https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/535238 and https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/535084 by error. Sorry.
Well, I hope they change their requirements soon since the adoption rate of 10.10 is higher than 10.9 and your average developer probably won't run Xcode 5 on 10.10.
Is there at least a workaround to this problem?
Have you tried the work around posted here: https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/534599#comment-1803105 for now?
Although it is not yet supported, we do expect it to work. If you found any issues, please let us know.
As I had mentioned in the previous post, the directories mentioned in the other link do not exist for INDE for MacOS.
As a test, I created the folders and followed the steps described but still do not see the INDE compiler available under Xcode 6.1.
I guess I should add some more info about my workstation configuration should someone try to duplicate what I am seeing:
Mac Pro (Early 2009)
Processor 2 x 2.93 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon
Memory 12 GB 1066 MHz DDR3 ECC
Software OS X 10.9.5 (13F34)
Xcode Version 6.1 (6A1042b)
I suppose that it may be just IDE support problem, not INDE. So, I thought you could try following steps:
$ cd /Library/Application\ Support/Developer/ (this directory should exist on your Mac)
$ sudo ln -s 6.0 6.1
and restart Xcode.
I did the following steps, before you sent your reply:
$ cd /Library/Application\ Support/
$ sudo mkdir Developer (this directory did not exist on my Mac)
$ cd Developer
$ sudo ln -s 6.0 6.1
Restarted Xcode; still could not see INDE compiler.
Could you please do the following:
1. Remove any links you made under /Library/Application Support/Developer yourself.
2. Run the INDE Build Edition installation package again.
3. Go to the dialog "Choose Install Environment":
- select the option "Both command line and Xcode integration environment"
- specify XCode install directory as the path to your XCode application (for example, /Applications/XCode.app).
3. Proceed with the installation.
4. When installation finishes, open the XCode and check for ICL Compiler option.
5. If it is still not available, send us the following:
- output of the command "ls -la /Library/Application Support/Developer/"
- the log files /var/log/system.log and /var/log/install.log
Thanks for the logs, they are helpful. I see that you selected to integrate to XCode 6.1, but it is not supported in that release and that's why you do not see the compiler option in XCode. You will need to choose to integrate into lower XCode version (e.g. 6.0) and then follow the steps provided by Varvara above.
That is not going to be an available option for our development group so we will postpone considering the Intel compiler until a later date.
Thank you for your assistance.