If you look at the Intel Series 11 compilers there are warnings about mixing various
types of compilers although the Series 11 C++ Release Notes do talk about Eclipse Integration and C/C++ Development tools. I think that I will get in touch with Intel before I do much more.
Can you imagine 28 pages of Release Notes! Thanks for your reply.
Hi Amos,Yes you can use gcc/g++ as that is what I use. I do not know about Intel's compilers though as I don't use them. However, this answer in the FAQ seems to address your query:
Amos Leffler wrote:
I want to compile Open-mpi using intel compilers.
Unfortunately the Series 10 C compiler(icc) license has expired. I
downloaded and looked at the Series 11 C++ compiler (no C compiler listed)
and would like to know if you can use this together with an enclosed or
obtained C compiler from Intel. The release notes are a bit overwhelming!
Is it possible to use the standard Linux gcc instead?
...and the answer seems to be "yes" (in fact, Intel compilers is the example used).
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