[AstroPy] Astropy 0.2.5 compilation error using Intel compilers under Mac OS Mavericks and python under Homebrew
mdroe at stsci.edu
Tue Nov 19 08:50:12 EST 2013
On 11/18/2013 09:46 AM, Jean-Baptiste Marquette wrote:
> Hi again,
>> If the latter, then we should open a general issue to support the
>> intel C compiler (I think no one had requested it so far, hence why it
>> went unnoticed). Try setting your compiler to clang instead to see if
>> it helps.
> clang successful, thus we are facing an icc compiler issue. Supporting
> it would be great. Emmanuel Bertin told me it is much more efficient
> in some situations, for example with sine or cosine functions.
We'll need some way to provide the financial support for this, of
course. ICC is far from free. It doesn't appear on paper that STScI
would be eligible for academic pricing or non-commercial pricing by
Intel's definition  , so it's $699/box or $2,499 for 2-concurrent
floating site license. It might be worth experimenting with the 30-day
evaluation license to see what the performance benefits are before
committing to long-term support of that compiler. That kind of money
actually goes a real long way toward hosted testing solutions etc. which
would benefit a lot more users than supporting a commercial compiler.
All that said, we can always accept small patches to support ICC even if
none of the core developers have a copy.
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