I had some problems installing Intel Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition. After a while I received the following email from an Intel representative: ==========================================
we are upgrading your Intel Cluster Studio Licenses XXX-XXXXXXX to an Intel Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition License (2016) of the same type (Academic, Named User, Windows edition, with a support expiration date of 17.07.2016).
Please find below the serial number and instructions to register the serial number. Serial number of the new license: XXX-XXXXXXXX
Then, I downloaded and installed the software and it (partially) works.
It works on the command line, properly, but it does not integrate into my Visual Studio Community 2015. I do not see the Fortran compiler when I want to start a new project.
I checked a little with the instructions and found that Common tools for C++ 2015 should be installed but that is the case, see attachment.
Can you put me on the right track please?
Hans De Raedt
Sorry to hear about the integration problems. As a first step, please refer to the Troubleshooting Fortran Integration Issues with Visual Studio and see whether any recommendations from this article help resolve the issue.
I followed the guidelines and found that there were no files in.
VS2015: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\Intel Fortran\VFPackages
I removed the Fortran compiler and reinstalled it.
Now it is integrated in Visual Studio Community 2015.
Thanks for putting me on the right track.