Intel C++ compiler test for Matlab code generation to Linux

(Last Updated On: May 13, 2015)
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Intel C++ compiler test for Matlab code generation to Linux

UPDATE BOO BOO: The Intel C compiler is not supported all Matlab code generation products including the Simulink Coder and Matlab Coder. Wah! (see below for potential solution)

Yes I am testing this as opposed to the wonky MINGW/CygWin GCC compiler test. I think this is a better approach with the Intel C compiler for cross platform uses. Matlab will support this compiler natively in Windows:

This is supposedly the best C compiler out there as well. Let’s try before we buy:

And then try out this Linux version on Ubuntu:

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These are the supported Linux distros for Intel C Compiler:

  • Asianux* 3.0
  • Debian* 4.0
  • Fedora* 7, 8
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux* 3, 4, 5
  • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server* 9, 10
  • TurboLinux* 11
  • Ubuntu* 7.04, 7.10


It looks like Qt supports this Intel compiler


You can select the Generate Code Only checkbox on the Code Generation pane of the Configuration Parameters Window to prevent build. I would also recommend selecting the “Package code and artifacts” checkbox on the same pane (on releases older than R2012b, you can manually use the packNGo utility to do the same). This will ensure that any additional artifacts (other than the .c and .h in the _rtw folder) are also packaged for relocation.

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