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StevenLake
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My question is in regards to Parallel Studio. I'm trying to breakdown what each of these compilers are by name. Could anyone assist?

This is simply for explaining purposes. Users who are unfamiliar with software tools may not know what DbgL is is an example.  So I have to present what they are but I don't know what it means, let alone what it does.

There is also these compilers I don't know of.

IClsTktL
ITrAnIL
ITrAnlW
ITrColL
MPassL

 

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Steve_Lionel
Black Belt Retired Employee
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These are not all compilers - they are components of Intel Parallel Studio (no longer a current product - current is the free Intel oneAPI Toolkit).

Of the items you don't recognize, I can identify some of them:

ArBBL - Array Building Blocks - a parallel computing library for C++
CcompL - Intel C++ compiler for Linux
Comp-CL - Components used by C compiler on Linux
Comp-FL - Components used by Fortran compiler on Linux
Comp-FW - Components used by Fortran compiler on Windows
Comp-OpenMP - OpenMP parallelization library (C++ and Fortran)
DbgL - Debugger support for Linux

I don't know what I2007DD7A is, but I would guess it is something related to installation itself.

Then there is:

IClsTktL - Intel Cluster Toolkit for Linux components
ITrAnIL - Intel Trace Analyzer for Linux (used for analyzing MPI applications)
ITrAnlW - Intel Trace Analyzer for Windows
ITrColL - Intel Trace Collector for Linux (used with Trace Analyzer)
MPassL - Message Passing Library (MPI?) for Linux

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Steve_Lionel
Black Belt Retired Employee
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These are not all compilers - they are components of Intel Parallel Studio (no longer a current product - current is the free Intel oneAPI Toolkit).

Of the items you don't recognize, I can identify some of them:

ArBBL - Array Building Blocks - a parallel computing library for C++
CcompL - Intel C++ compiler for Linux
Comp-CL - Components used by C compiler on Linux
Comp-FL - Components used by Fortran compiler on Linux
Comp-FW - Components used by Fortran compiler on Windows
Comp-OpenMP - OpenMP parallelization library (C++ and Fortran)
DbgL - Debugger support for Linux

I don't know what I2007DD7A is, but I would guess it is something related to installation itself.

Then there is:

IClsTktL - Intel Cluster Toolkit for Linux components
ITrAnIL - Intel Trace Analyzer for Linux (used for analyzing MPI applications)
ITrAnlW - Intel Trace Analyzer for Windows
ITrColL - Intel Trace Collector for Linux (used with Trace Analyzer)
MPassL - Message Passing Library (MPI?) for Linux

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StevenLake
Beginner
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Thank you very much Steve, this is very helpful

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