The following table lists the documentation included with the Intel(R) C++ Compiler for Linux*.
If you are new to the Intel(R) C++ Compiler, see the Getting Started Guide.
NOTE: The placeholder term "<install-dir>" is used in the compiler documentation to represent the path to the compiler that you determine during installation. For example, <install-dir> for a default installation as 'root' is /opt/intel/cc/9.1.xxx/ . All compiler files are installed below <install-dir> .
|Intel(R) C++ Compiler Documentation||This is the main reference and user's document for the Intel C++ Compiler. The
compiler documentation is provided as online help files in HTML format. The Intel C++ Compiler documentation contains the following information:
|Getting Started Guide||The Getting Started Guide briefly introduces the Intel compiler and guides
a new user through basic compiler operations. After product installation, the Getting Started
Guide is located at:
|README||Brief overview of the product, directory map for key product components,
and links/pointers to information of importance to users both before and after
product installation. Before installation the README document is located at the
root level (i.e., same level as the installation script/executable) of either the
installation CD or the electronic download package. After installation the README
document is located at:
|Product Release Notes||The Product Release Notes contain the most up-to-date information about the
product. The Product Release Notes are presented in both
text and HTML formats. The information in the Release Notes includes:
|Installation Guide||The Installation Guide provides detailed instructions that will normally be of
use when the automated procedures do not happen or specialized install/uninstall
steps need to be performed. The Installation Guide is
presented in both text and HTML formats. The Installation Guide contains the following
|Other Documentation||You can find related documentation, including a PDF version of the product documentation,
the Intel(R) Itanium(R) Assembler User's Guide, and the Intel(R) Itanium(R) Assembly
Language Reference Guide, at this location:
|Cluster OpenMP* Documentation||This documentation describes Cluster OpenMP* support on Intel EM64T
and Itanium-based systems. On these supported systems, the Users Guide is located at:
The Intel(R) Debugger Manual is available from the Intel(R) Debugger directory (if installed).
For the latest support information, see the What's New section when you log into your Intel(R) Premier Support account at https://premier.intel.com/
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