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Intel Fortran 2017 redistributables

ExaScaleFuture
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I have Intel Parallel Studio XE 2017 (Update 2) with Composer for Windows. I've been searching for the redistributable package for Fortran for that for a while, but they don't seem to be available anymore or they're burried deep in some archive. Does anybody know if they're still available for download somewhere official (i.e. an old Intel archive or an Intel-supported download site) ?

 

I found the redistributable DLL's in this folder: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Intel\Shared Libraries\redist\. Can I just zip up the appropriate subfolder (32-bit or 64-bit) and distribute them like that?

 

Thanks!

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Barbara_P_Intel
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For future reference this article is kept up to date with runtime, aka redistributable, libraries info. 

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andrew_4619
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generally there is degree of backwards compatibility with the Intel redistributables. The XE2019 redist package is available to download I see, maybe that is your best bet. DIY redist dlls is fraught with problems, it is easy to mess up on this and break software other than your own on the target machine....

Barbara_P_Intel
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For future reference this article is kept up to date with runtime, aka redistributable, libraries info. 

ExaScaleFuture
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Thank you! I saw that page, but didn't know if the later redistributables would work for me.

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Ron_Green
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the Runtime lib interfaces have not changed for years and years.  The latest FRTL redist package should work, has fixes over the 2017 version, but Barbara's link above can get you a Redist closer to 2017. 

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