I've got a problem with all version of Intel C++ Composer up to the brandnew Update 2.
I've installed Visual C++ 2010 Professional (German edition) and installed the C++ Composer.
The latter integrated well into VS 2008 and 2005 and didn't show any error regarding its 2010 integration.
But there are no signs of an VS 2010 integration (of course I've checked it during installation process).
When opening the VS 2010 About dialog, it shows Intel Visual Fortran, the Intel Inspector and Intel VTune but no signs of the C++ Composer.
Any ideas for this problem?
1. Uninstall the latest compiler pkg
compiler again: select Custom, and make sure IDE integration for VS2010 is
listed and checked.
To run number 2 above right click the installation program, select "Run as administrator" to run with proper permission.
thanks for your answer.
I did both steps several times without any success...
The IDE component seems to be installed though (but doesn't show up
Maybe the problem lays in the fact, that it is installed in a different directory:
C:\Programme\MSBuild\Microsoft.Cpp\v4.0\Platforms\Win32\PlatformToolsets\Intel C++ Compiler XE 12.0
C:\Programme\MSBuild\Microsoft.Cpp\v4.0\Platforms\x64\PlatformToolsets\Intel C++ Compiler XE 12.0
The x64 branch of the integration doesn't make any sense on a x86 OS - doesn't it?
I use WinXP SP3 and VC 2010 Professional both in their german version.
Any ideas why integration doesn't show up inside VC 2010?
Is your directory structure different from Windows default? I suppose that could expose weaknesses in the install program.
Do you see "C:\Program Files (x86)\MSBuild\Microsoft.Cpp\v4.0\Platforms\Win32\PlatformToolsets\Intel C++ Compiler XE 12.0\1033"?
1. rename the "1033" to "1031"
2. open VS2010 again, check if Help>About displays the Intel C++ Composer XE integration.
Let us know if it works.
My directory is below "c:\Programme\..." instead of "C:\Program Files (x86)\..." because I've got a German version of Windows XP.
But besides of that it contains both the 1031 and the 1033 subdir which have got the same contents.
So - any other ideas?
Please check those files are copied to the correct location.
The dir names are in bold. The files under it are listed below it. Check with your system to see if they exist.
c:\Programme\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Common7\IDE\Extensions\Intel\C++:
c:\Programme\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Common7\IDE\PublicAssemblies
The framework version is depending on your version. so it maybe different folder name.
My VS2010 is installed below D:\Programme instead of C:\Programme.
So I looked for the files at drive d:
Only two of the files mentioned do not exist at:
d:\Programme\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Common7\IDE\Extensions\Intel\C++:
The rest is present.
The framework is installed at:
So there are two things which might be the reason:
1.) the 2 missing files and
2.) that VS2010 isn't installed at drive C: but at D: instead
I hope that helps?
one additional note about the 2 missing files.
I actually wanted to extract them manually from the CAB archives of the installer, but they don't even exist inside the installation package...
so your env seems good to me. this is likely related to the VS2010 being installed on D: drive. Let me try it on our internal system and see what I can find.
so please wait. and if others know a work-around for it, please jump in.
But I haven't found any workaround yet.
So I will probably have to wait for your answer.
By the way: Intel Fortran, Inspector & Amplifier (all of them the newest 2011 versions) do integrate well into this VS2010 installation. Maybe this helps you to find the problem.
Here is one thing you might try:
1. Uninstall Composer completely
2. Manually unpack composer update 2 setup file you downloaded (WinRAR, WinZIP or 7-Zip can do that)
3. Manually unpack Fortran, Inspector, or Amplifier setup file you downloaded
4. Overwrite composer setup.exe with the setup.exe from of the above that work
5. Try to install Composer again by running setup.exe
I used the full package named "w_ccompxe_2011.2.154.exe"
So have you got any other idea, how to check what's wrong with my installation?
thanks for your answer.
But I don't understand what sense this should make.
The setup's of Fortran and so on are apt to install totally different files than the one provided for C++, aren't they?