I chose Eclipse as my new Linux IDE, instead of Konqueror + KWrite. The purpose was to be able to launch a SCons build from the IDE, get the errors in a panel and double-clicking on one of them would direct me to the location of the error.
So Eclipse seemed to fit my needs:
- Plug-ins to add the support of various languages
- Support of different construction tools
- Support from the main C/C++/Fortran compiler developers (GNU, Intel, IBM, …)
So I will know show you two ways of enabling SCons support for Eclipse.
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I’m trying to use the MKL with some programs and libraries, but I encountered something really strange and I’m not alone.
First, what is i_free ? Accoding to Intel, it’s their way to handle memory allocation and deallocation. They are only pointers to the actual memory functions so as to let the user decide if he wants a custom memory handler. Since 10.0.3, Intel changed their model, and the trouble begins.
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I now regularly use Scons as a cross-platform software construction tool. It is easy, written in Python, and I know Python, so no problem learning a new language as for CMake. In some cases when I use SWIG, the target platform does not have the SWIG executable. But when compiling a module, Scons must use this executable, whatever you try to do. In this case, one need to create a new SharedLibrary builder, so that this attribute will determine if SWIG is present or if the generated .c or .cpp files must be used instead.
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