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# Thread Subject: Compile error with Fortran 11.1 and R2009b

 Subject: Compile error with Fortran 11.1 and R2009b Date: 24 Mar, 2010 16:15:22 Message: 3 of 6 Hey, where did you get the intelf11msvs2008opts.bat? I am searching for this for hours! I have the intel visual fortran compiler in version 11.1 and visual studio 2008 but don´t get mex -setup find the fortran comiler. Just c++ is listed. greetz, Maximilian
 Subject: Compile error with Fortran 11.1 and R2009b From: Christopher Rice Date: 14 Sep, 2010 02:06:20 Message: 4 of 6 "Felix Maximilian Möller" wrote in message ... > Hey, > > where did you get the intelf11msvs2008opts.bat? I am searching for this for hours! > > I have the intel visual fortran compiler in version 11.1 and visual studio 2008 but don´t get mex -setup find the fortran comiler. Just c++ is listed. > > greetz, > Maximilian Max: Make sure your version of MATLAB supports Intel Fortran 11.1 (2010a is the first???) I had 2009 and upgrading my version of MATLAB fixed the same problem you describe. JD: Have you solved the kernel32.lib issue? I am having the same problem and cannot seem to fix it.
 Subject: Compile error with Fortran 11.1 and R2009b From: Christopher Rice Date: 14 Sep, 2010 04:47:04 Message: 5 of 6 > Max: > > Make sure your version of MATLAB supports Intel Fortran 11.1 (2010a is the first???) I had 2009 and upgrading my version of MATLAB fixed the same problem you describe. > > JD: > > Have you solved the kernel32.lib issue? I am having the same problem and cannot seem to fix it. Well, it turns out the problem was in the install of VS2008. o fix the problem, I "reinstalled" my copy of VS 2008, then "repaired" the Intel Fortran compiler, then finally started MATLAB and ran mex -setup. At last, I am making MEX files...
 Subject: Compile error with Fortran 11.1 and R2009b From: hamid mehdizadeh Date: 17 Nov, 2011 16:04:13 Message: 6 of 6 Hi dudes I have also: Win7, 64 Matlab 2010a Intel visual fortran 11.1.0.64 VS 2008 Prof. But I can't make intel as my compiler to compile my fortran file to mex64. I'm pretty sure that file is correct, because I have converted it to mex32 on another system without any problem. Would please help me? "C Rice" wrote in message ... > > Max: > > > > Make sure your version of MATLAB supports Intel Fortran 11.1 (2010a is the first???) I had 2009 and upgrading my version of MATLAB fixed the same problem you describe. > > > > JD: > > > > Have you solved the kernel32.lib issue? I am having the same problem and cannot seem to fix it. > > Well, it turns out the problem was in the install of VS2008. o fix the problem, I "reinstalled" my copy of VS 2008, then "repaired" the Intel Fortran compiler, then finally started MATLAB and ran mex -setup. > > At last, I am making MEX files...