I'm trying System Studio free version and first thing that catches the eye is the absence of ifort - is this normal & expected?
And if yes then my question is - does it make sense to mix gnu and intel if your software needs both C & Fortran to build?
p.s. not a programmer thus go easy on me.
many thanks, L.
Intel make a FORTRAN compiler. It is here: https://software.intel.com/en-us/fortran-compilers
But it is not included with Intel System Studio, but with Intel Parallel Studio.
Hope this helps,
Chris Perkins / Intel
Hi Chris, It would be fantastic if a FORTRAN compiler were included in ISS. I have a hobby of resurrecting old lens design programs. It's just a hobby, so I can't justify $850 for the paid license. The programs are not in the public domain, so I can't go the open source route. I could probably learn Eclipse and use the GNU compiler, but it would be much more convenient to stick with the Visual Studio IDE.
is it possible to install in the same PC the Intel Parallel Studio with the Fortran compiler and the ISS? I made a try few weeks ago, because I was interested in developing Fortran code calling OpenCL library. The result was a mess, Fortran compiler was not found anymore by visual studio and I had to reinstall parallel studio from the beginning to get it back.
Anyway I am still interested is such a programming model, Any advice for that?