Intel provides the wonderful “Intel® Fortran Compiler Classic and Intel® Fortran Compiler Developer Guide and Reference” here, a.k.a., the HTML (F1 Help) documentation.
But the official instructions for using this documentation are only for Microsoft Visual Studio. So, I wonder if anyone here has experience with this HTML (F1 Help) Intel oneAPI Documentation to facilitate the Fortran development in Emacs/eclipse.
if you don’t want to use the built in feature of the doom Emacs module to compile and run your code or you want to use vanilla Emacs. You can run vterm (which is a terminal emulator) in an emacs buffer, and do it manually like :
<compiler> <tags> <filename> -o <output_file>
Point is you can have your code and the terminal(vterm) side by side in Emacs and it functions like an IDE (I guess).