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Internal Compiler Warning #5271

Iuliia_G_
Beginner
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    Hi everyone,

What does Internal Compiler Warning #5271: Bad syntax mean?

Additional info: warning #5271: Internal Compiler Warning: Bad syntax, ':' is encountered before '=' while processing 'efaultlib:c:\libs\math.lib' and declaration is ignored

I'm using Intel Fortran Compiler on Windows and was trying to include libraries via Property Page. There are no errors while compiling project. I don't understand this warning message.

Thank you in advance! 

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Kevin_D_Intel
Employee
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It appears maybe the command-line that is built wasn't understood by the compiler driver. Can you share more about what property settings you are changing and their values?

Iuliia_G_
Beginner
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Hello Kevin,

while answering your question I found my error,  

I was including math.lib twice: once for FORTRAN -> Command Line -> Additional Options: /DEFAULTLIB:"C:\libs\math.lib" and once for LINKER -> Command Line -> Additional Option: /DEFAULTLIB:"C:\libs\math.lib".

After this there are no warning messages at all.

Thank you for reply!

Kevin_D_Intel
Employee
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Ah, great. Glad you resolved that and thank for sharing your finding. It does indeed throw that warning when added where you indicate.

 

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