Does anyone know if there is any conda package that I can install so as to have the same lib, dll and include files as in the standard intel windows installation?
At the moment the only way to do it is to install the following packages from intel's conda channel:
conda install --yes --quiet -c intel mkl=2019.5 conda install --yes --quiet -c intel mkl-include=2019.5 conda install --yes --quiet -c intel mkl-static=2019.5 conda install --yes --quiet -c intel mkl-openmp=2019.5
However, I miss openmp static (lib) files (e.g. libiomp5md.lib). Does anyone know which package should I install to my env so as to get these files? I also tried the Intel python dev package; however, I still miss these static files. Just for your information, my project is C++ and not python so I want to use conda just as package manager.
Is there any chance that Intel packages the SW development tools in one conda package? This would be very useful for CI/CD azure pipelines, as well.
Many thanks in advance.
Many thanks for looking into this.
Yes, I would like to install mkl and intel openmp dynamic and static libraries via conda. My project has nothing to do with pyTorch. I have a C++ project that I link against mkl and libiomp5md.lib. I am using conda as package manager to test, build and deploy my app via Azure pipelines.
The only component that I miss, is the "libiomp5md.lib" file. When I install intel-openmp package I can only get the dll and not the lib file. Do you know if there is any package that I install on my conda env so as to get this file?
Moreover, is there any conda or pypi package that Intel distributes so as to get all these files at once (e.g. dynamic and static mkl libs, include files, redists, etc.)? I checked the devel package, but still I miss libiomp5md.lib.
Many thanks in advance
Our dev team is checking whether to provide the static files to python package and how.
Currently, you may only get those from Intel System Studio/Intel Parallel Studio products.
Sorry for so long time delay. We already discussed the issue internally. As the release rule, the standalone openMP package only has redistribute files (*.dll and *.so) in it, we cannot add a static library like .lib to the Redistribute openmp package. So as jing suggested, you may get those static library from install package like Intel Parallel studio XE.
for example, download the install package from the link:
click :choose and download"
After installation, you will got the static library.