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listing of windows to linux options

Ralph_Nelson
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I need to run in both Windows 10 and Linux environments.  Is there a listing of Windows to Linux options for latest Intel Fortran compilers?  I realize there probably isn't a one to one translation in some cases.

Thanks for any assistance.

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TimP
Black Belt
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The pdf help shows both linux and Windows spellings.  You might also find the comparison of ifort -help menus helpful.

Steve_Lionel
Black Belt Retired Employee
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There used to be such a list, but it was removed a few versions ago. I objected at the time, as I found this useful, but it was deemed too much effort to maintain.

Kevin_D_Intel
Employee
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There is an alphabetical listing of Compiler options (here) that includes the spelling for each OS that may help. Also each individual option page includes spellings for each OS.

Ralph_Nelson
Novice
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Found an option within the compiler that provides Windows to Linux mapping.  Here.

Steve,
Found this link that has a Windows to Linux Cross-Reference.  Maybe something like the list you noted.

Steve_Lionel
Black Belt Retired Employee
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Yes, that tool is helpful. The link is 14 years old, though  - not very helpful.

Ralph_Nelson
Novice
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Steve Lionel (Ret.) wrote:
Yes, that tool is helpful. The link is 14 years old, though  - not very helpful.

14 yrs isn't old!   I'm 73.  Old is a relative term.

OK, OK, related to computers 14 yrs old is extremely old.

Steve_Lionel
Black Belt Retired Employee
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Especially as it refers to compiler version 8.0.. Lots has changed since then.

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