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fp-model not in man page, is it deprecated?

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I noticed today that fp-model no longer has an entry in the Intel 19.1.2 (2020.2.254) ifort man page. It seems to still work as my code which uses fp-model flags still builds, but the fact that it's now not in the man page makes me ask: is fp-model deprecated?

If so, what should I be transitioning my code to use instead of fp-model?

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Still supported. https://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/documentation/fortran-compiler-developer-guide-...

 

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@Steve_Lionel Ah. Okay. I guess the man pages are just being trimmed down substantially? I've noticed a few other flags aren't in the man page but are online.

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Last I knew (3-4 years ago), the man page was automatically generated and should be complete. I might expect some obsolete options to be omitted, but -fp-model is a "first class" option. I don't have a Linux license to test, but the equivalent Windows option shows with ifort /?. 

I suggest you post a query in the Intel Online Service Center about it.

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