I have several projects which I am working on and both Intel Fortran 2013 and Intel Fortran 2016 installed. The one project uses Fortran 2013 while the other uses Fortran 2016. I do not wish to update the first project to be compatible with Fortran 2016 because the other contributors to this project are all using 2013. I still need 2016 though for the second project.
How do I control which Fortran version is compiling my code from within Visual Studio? Is this possible or easy to do? Thanks.
Other readers and/or Intel staff might be able to provide further details, especially if there is a way to make the Intel Fortran compiler version selection specific to a project.
But in Visual Studio, you should be able to go to Toots -> Options -> Intel Compilers and Tools -> Visual Fortran -> Compilers and look at the (two) tab(s) on the right, for Win32 and/or x64 and see/change from the drop-down menu to the right of Selected Compiler.