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Please update downloadable documentation for the Fortran compiler

David_Billinghurst
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I like to install the downloadable Fortran compiler documentation so that F1 help works in Visual Studio, as described here.  The zip file under the 2024 oneAPI Documentation Fortran link in that document is still the version for oneAPI2023.1, although the 2024.0 documentation is available online.

Could someone from Intel update the zip file when they get a chance.  Thanks.

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Barbara_P_Intel
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I just downloaded an updated F1 Help .zip. Looks good now for 2024.0!

So nice! No need to wait for the next release for this update!


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Barbara_P_Intel
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Ooopssss! I filed a bug report, DOC-11924. I'll let you know when it's updated.



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JohnNichols
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@Barbara_P_Intel , Ooopssss, is like to and too, the preferred English(Australian) has two pp's. Oooppssss, you have to pause on the second p, and do not get me started on US R's.  Rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr..........

As Captain Haddock once said, a day cannot be spoiled by a dram of Whiskey.

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David_Billinghurst
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Thanks.  I am teaching introductory Fortran to a couple of our C programmers.  I have been encouraging them to read the documentation (and books and standards) rather than guess.  The F1 help makes it easy to comply.  The 2023.1 docs are adequate for essentially all of their issues.

Barbara_P_Intel
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I just downloaded an updated F1 Help .zip. Looks good now for 2024.0!

So nice! No need to wait for the next release for this update!


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