If you want a Support Contract, you want that for the "HPC Toolkit" which is the package containing Intel Fortran.
The id number is w_oneapi_2022.0.3.226, wihich I take to mean as
w == no idea at all seems to come from left field
oneapi == the new name for very old software, like when you get married and suddenly you have to remember your wife is Ms. Nichols and not Miss Smith.
2022 == most likely the year unless Intel are playing games, of course if we were following some old traditions it would be yr 2 in the Biden Pres.
0 == no idea - just a false flag to confuse us
3 the release in the year, actually the .3 is available it just has not been announced well. I would avoid it if you are trying an update, it has been two days of hell and a clean windows install to get it working.
226, the internal version number -
I hope this is the number you are looking for.
If you've ever seen the old Monty Python skit "Confuse a Cat" you'll know how we choose versioning here.
w, l, m = pretty obvious.
2022 major version
0 minor version OF COMPILER. NOT of oneapi, which is .1. Confusing? <replay Confuse a Cat at this juncture>
.226 - yep, build number, internal thing from our packaging folks.
So oneapi is 2022.1, our compiler inside that started at 2022.0 because WE believe Gold release should be .0, update 1 == .1, update 2 == .2 etc. Why did oneAPI bundles start at .1? <replay Confuse a Cat at this juncture>
Anyone familiar with our products have just given up on our versioning. Classic compilers are 2021.<update>
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