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Intel compiler integration with Photran under MacOS

Manfredo_d_
Beginner
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Hi, I would like to know if there is or will be a way to integrate the intel compiler in the Eclipse IDE (Photran) for MacOS. I tried to integrate the two following the instructions for Linux that I found here: https://software.intel.com/en-us/get-started-with-cpp-compiler-17.0-for-linux-parallel-studio-xe-201...

but in the ide_support_2017 folder the only option I have is xcode. 

Thanks

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Steve_Lionel
Black Belt Retired Employee
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Intel does not supply any Eclipse integration for Fortran. As far as I know, Photran claims to include support for Intel Fortran, but I have never used it.

Johannes_Rieke
New Contributor III
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Hi Manfredo, another alternative is to use Code::Blocks with Fortran extensions from Damar (http://cbfortran.sourceforge.net/). I'm not sure, whether the current release has support for Mac OS. In principle Code::Blocks is platform independent and could be compiled from source. On Linux I learned to love Code::Blocks with Fortran extensions. The Intel compilers does not support Code:Blocks officially, too. But the integration works normally out of the box or with easy adjustments.

Good luck, Johannes

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