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Is there any good reason why the RTL versions haven't been changed between OneAPI 2021.3 and 2024.0?

Mark_Lewy
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Consider libifcoremd.dll:

In OneAPI 2021.3, the file size is 1822 KB

In OneAPI 2024.0, the file size is 1310 KB, so presumably the contents are different.

Yet, both files have the same version, 20.0.1.0.  Why is this so?

We have had issues with our installers, when upgrading an existing installation, in that the Intel Fortran RTLs weren't updated from the ones in OneAPI 2021.3 to 2024.0, leading to programs failing with unexpected run-time errors.

The workaround is to uninstall the older version of our product before installing the newer one, but it strikes me that not updating the versions of the Fortran RTLs is a bug.  Opinions?

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Ron_Green
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The FRTL is indeed updating with each release.  The version issue was reported.  A problem in our processes for builds of the FRTL (a text file used in the build for the version number was not getting updated).  It is being addressed.

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Ron_Green
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The FRTL is indeed updating with each release.  The version issue was reported.  A problem in our processes for builds of the FRTL (a text file used in the build for the version number was not getting updated).  It is being addressed.

Ron_Green
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The bug ID for this CMPLRLIBS-34754

The implementation is 'downstream' from the Fortran Dev team.  It's a fix needed in the packaging team.  I am following up on it.  I am not sure if it made it in time for 2024.1.  I'll find out.

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