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How to go from ifort+QuickWin+MPI to ifx+QuickWin+MPI

Anders_S_1
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Hi,

I have now moved to oneAPI+ifort. I guess MPI-applications will still be run from the command line, won't they.

As the "old workhorse" ifort will be succeed by the "mustang" ifx, it is probably good to prepare for the transition.

Best regards

Anders S

 

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Ron_Green
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mpiifort -fc=ifx

 

that tells the MPI wapper to use IFX instead of IFORT

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Anders_S_1
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Hi Ron,

Thank you! Can't be simpler, can it!

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davidoliver
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This guide will show how to go from ifort+QuickWin+MPI to ifx+QuickWin+MPI. This can be useful if you want to use the same code for both Windows and Linux.

First, download and install the Intel Fortran Compiler. Then, set the environment variable "IFORT_COMPILER" to the path of the Intel Fortran Compiler. Next, download and install the QuickWin library. Finally, set the environment variable "QUICKWIN_LIBRARY" to the path of the QuickWin library.

Once all of the necessary software is installed, you can compile your code with the Intel Fortran Compiler by using the following command:

ifx -c mycode.f90 -o mycode.obj

You can then link your code with the

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