It would seem that Intel IPP support isn’t well rounded in JUCE.
I’m now maintaining some old code that pulls JUCE in and builds several projects/applications, all of which require Intel IPP. During my wrangling to get Intel IPP to link and be configured correctly with JUCE, as well as our own FFT wrapper, I noticed a few issues:
- JUCE doesn’t support Intel IPP in cmake. I haven’t found any location that links the libraries. Please correct me if I’m wrong!
- Intel IPP isn’t supported on Linux through JUCE; not in cmake, and not in the Projucer. This much is apparent because I had to hack in a custom macro to enable the availability.
a. Boiling this down, this means this condition
_IPP_SEQUENTIAL_STATIC || _IPP_SEQUENTIAL_DYNAMIC || _IPP_PARALLEL_STATIC || _IPP_PARALLEL_DYNAMICdoesn’t cut it!
b. Maybe someone has a better idea on how to figure this out dynamically.
I’ve had to integrate all of this into CentOS 7 (AWS EC2). So for anybody that ever needs it, you need to install the Intel IPP packages as such. Official details are here: Installing Intel® Performance Libraries and Intel® Distribution for...
sudo yum-config-manager --add-repo https://yum.repos.intel.com/setup/intelproducts.repo sudo yum -y update sudo yum -y install intel-ipp
The library location for 64bit is
For 32-bit systems:
There are a few cmake Intel IPP library finders out there. I somewhat based myself on this: https://github.com/hanjianwei/cmake-modules/blob/master/FindIPP.cmake
Similarly, Intel IPP is available for Android: Building Android* NDK applications with Intel® Integrated Performance...
Looks like FRUT supports Intel IPP in cmake: https://github.com/McMartin/FRUT/blob/main/cmake/Reprojucer.cmake#L6035-L6058