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Intellisense in mkl

Nikitopoulos__Theodo
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I am doing some experimentation in parallel studio xe 2017 with visual fortran.  If I use a standard function (e.g. matmul), then I'm getting intellisense with the function's definition and all the necessary parameters. If I use instead the mkl function (e.g. sgemm), then I don't get anything. I tried to include the mkl libraries both with the automatic and the manual options (check here). I have an access to the mkl documentation, but I would expect a better interoperability between mkl and the visual studio tools. Is it possible?

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Kevin_D_Intel
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I inquired with our integration team about the behavior and about what is possible. I'll let you know what I hear.

Nikitopoulos__Theodo
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Thanks a lot for the update. This behavior is already available in the C/C++ compiler, so I would expect to have something similar in Fortran.

 

 

Kevin_D_Intel
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At the Developer's request, I submitted an internal tracking report on this. I was informed Intellisense in Fortran is something we implement ourselves (unlike with C++ which reuses Microsoft's) so they will investigate this further.

(Internal tracking id: DPD200416951)

 

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