I have just installed Intel Parallel Studio and would now like to set up system variables, so Terminal can find the compilers etc.
In the installation guides tell me to run some included set-up scripts or include them in my bash profile etc. That's cool.
It always says though, for example:
Set the environment variables before using the compiler. You can use the source command to execute the shell script compilervars.sh or compilervars.csh.
However it doesn't explain the difference between the two variants anyway. I also am unable to find any comparisons of the two file extensions anywhere else online.
The only things I might infer is that the
.csh files are Mac OSX specific, from the line:
On Linux* and OS X*, the file is a shell script called compilervars.sh or compilervars.csh
I would like to know more details before running anything.