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Visual Studio Express & Intel C++

Hello,

I have a couple questions about the Intel C++ compiler.

1) Does the Professional edition for Windows include a commercial license of the TBB library. I would like to ship a commercial product - not gpl'ed - that uses the TBB.

2) I am at a lean start-up. I would like the use the Intel C++ compiler with the express version of visual studio 2010. Can I do this? If so, are there any limitations, such as:
A) OpemMP support in Intel C++. (This is vital).
B) Debugging support.
C) Visual Studio integration.

I understand the current version of Intel C++ does not support VS 2010, can I join the beta program? I will buy VS if I absolutely must, but it's $900 I'd rather not spend.

Thanks.

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The answers are below.

1) yes. It does. The Intel Parallel Composer (less expansive) contains a commercial license for the Intel TBB as well, and a lighter weight Intel C++ Compiler.

2) yes from command line only.
A) yes
B) no
C) no

Jennifer

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