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Intel® Fortran Compiler Information and Frequently Asked Questions

Devorah_H_Intel
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Intel® Fortran Compiler Information and Frequently Asked Questions

 

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IMSL* Fortran Numerical Library

  • Rogue Wave IMSL is no longer available directly from Intel. It can be obtained directly from Roguewave or Roguewave resellers.

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DataScientist
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This is a handy collection of essential Intel Fortran resources, all in one place. Thanks for sharing.

DataScientist
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Steve_Lionel
Black Belt Retired Employee
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Grrr... Would someone PLEASE tell whoever needs to hear it that, just because an article or file is old, that doesn't mean it should be summarily deleted! I spent a LOT of time developing that technique for debugging coarray apps and the accompanying module. I hope it can be recovered (or maybe someone has a copy around.)

Devorah_H_Intel
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Regarding the broken link to the pdf download mentioned above - I have reported this issue to IDZ backend. The article is up, just the link to the pdf document is broken. The document is not deleted or lost, I assure you. 

Thank you for reporting the broken link.

DataScientist
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Intel pages used to be the number one link to appear in most Fortran-Google searches over the years. But recently the Intel pages are hard to find on the web even with the addition of the `Intel` keyword at times. I assume this is happening across the board to all Intel resources as it is likely due to recent repeated updates to the Intel website as a whole. Improvement is impossible with updates, surely. But many repeated updates over months to years will likely impact the page traffic and visibility of the Intel developer online resources.

JohnNichols
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 addition of the `Intel` keyword at times

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As @A. King, noted, you will not find anything related to Fortran unless you use the Intel word, it is really frustrating, you get a lot of gfortran stuff.  if you just search Fortran it is not till the 3rd page that Intel emerges.  No one flashes to the 3rd page. 

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