I am trying to fix a few issues in some old software that uses the Visual Fortran Compiler within Visual Studio 2010 and 2012. The original development machine is gone.
I have obtained backups of the source codes and have installed Visual Studio and the Visual Fortran 2013 compiler by downloading Intel Parallel Studio XE 2013. I was able to compile, modify, and debug a couple of the routines, but only by using the 30-day trial option.
I cannot locate the license file and am glad to purchase one, but I do not know where on the Intel site I can do this. I also see references that the software is now free. I work in R&D for a government lab and no resales will occur.
Can anyone direct me on how to obtain the license?
I will be converting to newer version of Visual Studio & Fortran after I get things working on the older environment.
Just download the OneAPI base and the HPC and install. No licence is needed.
You need a licenced Visual Studio or the Free VS community version.