Intel® oneAPI IoT Toolkit includes the following components:
- Intel® oneAPI DPC/C++ Compiler - Release Notes
- Intel® C++ Compiler Classic - Release Notes
- Intel® Inspector - Release Notes
Refer to this article to get more information about semantic versioning followed by Intel® oneAPI Toolkits.
New in This Release
- New in 2022.1.1 for Linux only
Intel® oneAPI IoT Toolkit 2022.1.1 for Linux has been updated to use Log4j version 2.16 and may not include the latest functional and security updates. Intel® oneAPI IoT Toolkit 2022.1.2 is targeted to be released in January 2022 and will include additional functional and/or security updates. Customers should update to the latest version as it becomes available.
- Intel® processor optimizations in compilers and performance libraries and continued CPU performance enhancements. The Intel® oneAPI DPC++/C++ Compiler adds new SYCL 2020 features and extensions, and expands its OpenMP 5.x support.
- Added support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2022.
- Developers are now able to use tools via the intel-meta layer that is provided through OpenEmbedded or Yocto Project to accelerate development of optimized Yocto Project Linux kernels and applications.
Please refer to System Requirements to check the prerequisites for installing the Intel® oneAPI IoT Toolkit.
Changes to Existing Features
Visual Studio samples browser was updated to support Visual Studio* 2022
Eclipse Sample Browser was updated to meet CVE requirements and current Eclipse* IDE.
setvars.bat on Windows was updated to support Visual Studio* 2022
POSIX compatibility was improved in the setvars.sh scripts for Linux/macOS.
The Modulefiles scripts now support CentOS 6.x and 7.x
The "meta-intel-iss" and "meta-intel-oneapi" Yocto recipes have been migrated as options in the OpenEmbedded.org "meta-intel" layer.
The "meta-intel-iss" and "meta-intel-oneapi" Yocto layers have been EOL'd.
The Yocto kernel and application development Eclipse plugins have been EOL'd.
The Sensor Browser Eclipse plugin has been EOL'd.
The eclipse-iot-plugins component has been EOL'd.
Deprecation Notice for VS 2017 - Intel® Compiler Integrations for Microsoft Visual Studio* 2017 are deprecated and will be removed in a future release. Support for Integrations for Visual Studio is limited to two supported major versions of Visual Studio: the current publicly available and supported major version and the previous major version from Microsoft.
- Starting with the oneAPI 2022.1 release, Fedora 32 and Fedora 33 will no longer be supported.
- Starting with the oneAPI 2022.1 software release, CentOS 8.x will no longer be supported.
If you run into issues installing the tools, and would like to see the install logs (helpful for reporting issues) you can find them in %temp%\intel_oneapi_installer and %temp%\dd_VSIXInstaller_.log for Windows* Host and /tmp//intel_oneapi_installer/ for Linux* Host.
The following table outlines which version of the individual components are present in the latest version of Intel® oneAPI IoT Toolkit.
|Intel® DPC/C++ Compiler||2022.1.0|
|Intel® C++ Compiler Classic||2022.1.0|
Known Issues and Workarounds
- System OS Known Issues
- When installing Rocky Linux using the YUM repository or the binary package, the installer prints an unsupported OS warning message. That can be safely ignored for this release.
- For best support users of Ubuntu 18.0.4 LTS whose applications offload to Intel GPUs are encourage to upgrade to Ubuntu 20.4 LTS.
See the Intel® oneAPI Base Toolkit Release Notes for additional details and issues common to multiple toolkits.
Previous oneAPI Release Notes
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