I’m trying to build my C/C++/Fortran project both on Ubuntu and Windows10. The compilation on Linux posses no problems, but Intel Fortran compiler on Windows seems to cause great complications for CMake.
I’ve tried 3 configurations so far:
Visual Studio 15 2017 Win64generator, no Fortran path specified -> Fortran compiler is not detected at all
Visual Studio 15 2017 Win64generator, path to the Fortran compiler is specified -> Fortran is not able to compile a test program
NMake Makefilesgenerator -> Fortran compiler is detected successfully, but compilation fails shortly afterwards with some syntax error
I’m using Visual Studio 2017 and Intel Compiler 19.0 on Windows 10 in this case.
So, what is the “official” way to use CMake on Windows together with
cl compiler provided by Visual Studio and
ifort compiler provided by Intel Parallel Studio XE? I would prefer solution using Visual Studio Generator for my project, if possible.
Thank you very much for your advice,