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jk75 September 6, 2010 04:54

Fortran compiler for customization
 
Hi All,

as I understand it, I need the Intel Fortran Compiler 9.1 for customization (instead of the current Version 11). When I buy the current Version, I get an link to download the older version also.

But is there a possibility to get a test- 9.1- version? We are not yet sure if we need customization, so we wanted to test it before we spend a significant amount of money in it.

Best regrads,
Johannes

jk75 September 6, 2010 07:41

got it! all you have to do is to register at https://registrationcenter.intel.com.../register.aspx in addition to the registration for the download of the test- version V11. Once registered in the RC also, you get access to older versions.

jk75 September 8, 2010 04:54

compilation error!
 
It seems I'm missing something...

I'm working on Red Hat Enterprise Linux - 64 bit.
I've got the non- commercial version of the INTEL Fortran compiler Version 9.1.052, using the 64- bit version found under directory '/fce/..'.
Running make wih no changes made works fine, no compilation errors.
Now I tested the 'Counting Particle Concentration in Mesh Cells' Example from the manual and get the following error messages:

//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
fortcom: Error: qsadd.F, line 153: Unbalanced parentheses
*.lt.1) goto 2000
-----------^
fortcom: Error: qsadd.F, line 153: Syntax error, found '.LT.' when expecting one of: <END-OF-STATEMENT> ;
*.lt.1) goto 2000
------^
fortcom: Error: qsadd.F, line 18: This module file was generated for a different platform or by an incompatible compiler or compiler release. It cannot be read. [MBLOCK_MODULE]
use mblock_module
----------^
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

I guess the last one is the big one. It seems, the compiler is not able to use a single of these needed modules.

Has anybody an idea what I'm doing wrong?

Thanks in advance and best regards,

Johannes

MuxaB September 11, 2010 13:50

Make sure the lines start at column 7.

I don't understand the error message about mblock_module. If it compiles without changes it should compile with changes too.

jk75 September 15, 2010 07:20

Hello Michael,

yes, you were right. After I left the first 6 cols blank it compiled without problems. Fortran is still new to me...

Regards,
Johannes

MuxaB September 17, 2010 01:33

The Manual should be more clear with the coding examples. Glad you made it work.

jiko October 5, 2010 10:30

compiler
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by jk75 (Post 274157)
got it! all you have to do is to register at https://registrationcenter.intel.com.../register.aspx in addition to the registration for the download of the test- version V11. Once registered in the RC also, you get access to older versions.


Hi i did the registeration at the above mentioned link. now how do I find the intel 9.1 for windows64.

Thanks

jk75 October 6, 2010 03:40

Just go to the Registration Center and login with your ID. You will get to a page called 'My Intel Software Development Products' where all your licenced products (for example your intel compiler V11). On this page there is a link called 'search for older versions'. There you will find the V9.1.
I only registered for the Linux Version, so I'm not sure if this route works for Windows also.

jiko October 6, 2010 07:04

Quote:

Originally Posted by jk75 (Post 278037)
Just go to the Registration Center and login with your ID. You will get to a page called 'My Intel Software Development Products' where all your licenced products (for example your intel compiler V11). On this page there is a link called 'search for older versions'. There you will find the V9.1.
I only registered for the Linux Version, so I'm not sure if this route works for Windows also.


Thanks .. I got it(the 9.1 compiler). but the visual studio is still 2008 . Could you hint that how to get microsoft visual studio 2005.

jk75 October 14, 2010 11:10

Book on Fortran
 
Hi all,

is there a good book on FORTRAN (it's fortran90 one needs, isn't it?) you can recomend?

Reagrds,
Johannes


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