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William_K_
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downloading trial fortran compiler for window

Hello - I need help!

I downloaded the trial version of Fortran on my windows machine.  Discovered I had to also install SDK and Visual Studio 2015.  After that was done, I reinstalled the compiler and all APPEARED to go well.  The next step, running psxevars intel64 produced a nice error message claiming there was no visual studio to be found. 

I did find where "ifort" was located, and attempted a command line compile in the intelSWTools directory.  It appeared to compile but then refused to create the associated object file.  So - strike two!

 

Can anyone shed light on how to deal with either of these problems ?

Bill K

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Jennifer_D_Intel
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Hi Bill,

As I mentioned in the email, make sure the C++ support was installed with VS2015, as it doesn't happen by default and the Fortran compiler uses it for linking.  If it was installed, we need to investigate the VS environment variables and the path used by PSXE to find the components.

Thanks,

Jennifer

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