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IJL - what gives?

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Hi all.

I finally had a chance to glance very briefly at the VbAccelerator page for IJL11, and followed the link to Intel. After being redirected 3 times, I ended up at "Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives 5.1 for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS". It's a product they sell.

I had the impression that IJL was a free library. What's the story?
Nov 7 '06 #1
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sashi
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Hi all.

I finally had a chance to glance very briefly at the VbAccelerator page for IJL11, and followed the link to Intel. After being redirected 3 times, I ended up at "Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives 5.1 for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS". It's a product they sell.

I had the impression that IJL was a free library. What's the story?
Hi there,

As far as i am concern ILJ is free, use it at your own risk. I have been using IJL on some of the software i had developed, no prob as of now & no restriction applied as well. Good luck & take care.
Nov 7 '06 #2

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P: 8,434
Hi there,

As far as i am concern ILJ is free, use it at your own risk. I have been using IJL on some of the software i had developed, no prob as of now & no restriction applied as well. Good luck & take care.
Where do I get it? As I said, the Intel page re-directs (eventually) to this IPP thing that they sell.
Nov 7 '06 #3

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