The document follow is a complete C++ Compiler for linux user guide. New features for this version of the Intel® C++ Compiler include: New Eclipse IDE integration, New compiler options, New predefined macros, Support for exported templates, Support for template Instantiation, Invoking the compiler with icc and icpc, New defaults for gcc interoperability options, Support for thread-local storage, Support for high-level optimization for C on IA-32, Support for additional debug information, Deprecated compiler options. Volume I: Building Applications, Building Applications from the Command Line, Building Applications in Eclipse*, Compilation Options, Linking, Debugging, Creating and Using Libraries, gcc* Compatibility, Language Conformance. Volume II: Optimizing Applications, Optimization levels, floating point optimizations, optimizing for specific processors, interprocedural optimizations, high level language optimizations, parallel programming, optimization support features. Reference, compiler limits, key files, diagnostics and messages, intel math library, intel C++ intrinsic references, Intel C++ Class libraries.
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