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Martijn March 30, 2009 08:37

Double precision & User Fortran
 
Hi,

I would like to run a CFX-11 simulation in double precision, but I'm using a few user fortran files and the only fortran compiler I have is the Intel Fortran Compiler 9.0.
I do not mind that the stuff that is calculated in my fotran files is only single precision. But I can not set the solver to use double precision without using the Portland group compiler for my fortran files.
Is there any work around for this? So that I can run the solver in double precision whilst using the Intel comiler for my fortran files?

Thanks in advance!

Kind regards,

Martijn

joey2007 April 2, 2009 16:52

Which platform? This important information for this question

Martijn April 3, 2009 04:51

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Originally Posted by joey2007 (Post 211771)
Which platform? This important information for this question

I am using Linux as platform.

joey2007 April 4, 2009 05:43

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Originally Posted by Martijn (Post 211826)
I am using Linux as platform.

Intel is not supported on linux. It may work in some cases. However it will never be safe. If you do not want to pay for portland, I would use GNU77. However that will work definitivly only with single precision.


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