Thanks for reaching out to us.
Could you please provide us a screenshot of the output you got after sourcing the setvars script?
Also could you please tell us the type of shell you were using?
You can get that by using the command :
From the output, we can observe that the compiler is initialized. Which OneAPI toolkit have you installed? For dcpp basekit should be installed.
Could you please tell us what was error you were getting while trying to use dpcpp?
What was the output of dpcpp --version?
I am having the same problem, so is there some solution yet?
I installed the base toolkit and the hpc toolkit
After having installed the hpc toolkit I have icc (classic compiler) but still not dpcpp. It just seems not to be installed.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Best regards, Peter
I received a message on 20/4 that said the following:
We don't support dpcpp compiler on mac OS as documented at https://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/articles/intel-oneapi-dpcpp-system-requirements.... If you check for icc, you should see that configured correctly.
A disappointing response that essentially seems to say that macOS is just not supported at all. I would suggest that the documentation is not clear enough on this issue, as many of the pages in the docs don't make the point that Mac users won't get the dpcpp compiler.
If anyone from intel would like to correct me on any of that, feel free.
All the best, Nathan
thanks a lot for that information! That is too bad, I was so happy that I had a portable way for
development. I completely agree that the documentation and website is not clear on that issue.
Unless you read the software requirements of the compiler you get the impression that everything
will work on macOS.