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How to tell MATLAB where fortran compiler is?

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Tuan Pham
Tuan Pham on 10 Dec 2018
Edited: A King on 11 Dec 2018
I have Intel Parallel Studio XE 2018 Update 1, Visual Studio 2017, and Windows 10. In MATLAB I ran "mex -setup FORTRAN" or "mex -setup -v FORTRAN", MATLAB couldn't file IFORT_COMPILER18. There was IFORT_COMPILER18 with value C:\Program Files (x86)\IntelSWTools\compilers_and_libraries_2018.1.156\windows\. What should I do so that MATLAB can recognize IFORT_COMPILER18?

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 10 Dec 2018
That release supported Intel Parallel Studios XE for Fortran 2017, but not 2018.

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A King
A King on 11 Dec 2018
Edited: A King on 11 Dec 2018
This incompatibility is actually very annoying. There is always a lag of one year between the compatible versions of the two software. For someone who is trying to stay uptodate on both software, MATLAB-Intel(Fortran) compatibility can never happen. (update: this was supposed to be a sympathizing comment on the question, not an answer. sorry for the confusion)

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 11 Dec 2018
Sorry, I am not able to test with most Windows compilers. The Microsoft and Intel license terms do not consider my volunteer work to be "personal" use so I am not eligible to use the free compilers.
Tuan Pham
Tuan Pham on 11 Dec 2018
With Intel Parallel Studios XE for Fortran 2017 installed, mex found it. The problem is solved. Thanks.

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