The Intel C++ Compiler for Linux is a full fledged C/C++ compiler and debugger suite. Its aim is to provide outstanding performance for all Intel 32-bit and 64-bit processors, while not requiring the need for porting applications from other compilers. It provides optimization technology, threaded application support, and features to take advantage of Hyper-Threading technology. It is substantially source and object code compatible with GNU C, providing fullest compatibility with GCC and G++ 3.x/4.x both in terms of code and of API. It is thereby also easy to integrate with existing development environments.
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|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Support was added for the latest instructions sets, such as Intel SSE SSE4.2, AVX, AVX 2 and AES instructions as well as Intel Xeon Phi processors. Support for Intel Cilk Plus language extensions was added. C++11 and OpenMP support was improved. Integration into various IDEs was improved.
Release Notes: Many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Support for the Intel® Atom™ Processor line was added. C++ Lambda functions are now supported. OpenMP support was updated to 3.0. Decimal floating point according to the IEEE 754R standard was implemented. Parallel compilation was improved. Many other improvements were made.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: Performance and threading was improved. Security checking and diagnostics features were added, supporting GNU Mudflap, OpenMP* API verification, and including a static verifier for buffer overflow. More detailed optimization reports are now possible. Optimization support for the latest multi-core processors was added. A Professional Edition kit including extra tools and libraries was introduced.