The ability to set a Intel "Base Platform Toolset" older than the latest version seems to have got broken/lost with the Visual Studio 2017 integration in ICC 2017 Update 4.It only shows v141 and v141_xp (v141 is the VS 2017 toolset)
This seems to be a Visual Studio 2017 integration issue, if I open the same project in VS 2015, the Intel "Base Platform Toolset" shows a full list of possible options back to the oldest version of VS installed on my computer.
This is a very annoying problem as one of the great features of Visual Studio (2017) is the ability to non-destructively open older projects and build them using the older toolsets. This is now broken if the project is an Intel Compiler project.
Can anyone verify if this issue is fixed in Intel Compiler 2018 VS integration? This is a frustrating problem for us. We need to use the VS 2017 Studio GUI for integration reasons, but still be able to build using the VS 2015 toolset.