Intel Releases C++ Compiler v13.0 for Android App Developers
|Richard Harris in HTML5 Tuesday, September 3, 2013|
While the compiler produces code that runs only on Android devices that use Intel processors, it is highly compatible with the GNU C++ compiler that is part of the Android NDK, which, for many developers using a C++ compiler, is probably the most widely used set of such tools. This means developers can take the code they developed with the GNU C++ in mind and, instead, use the Intel C++ compiler for Android OS.
The Intel C++ Compiler for Android OS shares a common base with other Intel C++ compilers and is founded on the Intel13.0 code-base.
For this release only and for a limited time, download the compiler is available at no charge. Developers can download a copy by going to the Intel Developer Zone, then click on the “Android” section, then, in the Overview section, click on the entry for Intel C++ Compiler for Android OS. The “Download” button is in the upper right corner.
Read more: http://software.intel.com/en-us/c-compiler-android...
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