Currently I'm using Visual Studio 2008 with Intel C++, IPP and Intel Visual Fortran. After upgrading to the latest releases I'm no using a Visual 2010 shell.
When upgrading to Visual Studio 2010 do I need to reinstall C++, IPP and Fortran? Where do I find a description about the modifications that Visual Studio 2010 does to my current installation.
I could answer regarding IPP only - No. You don't need to reinstall IPP.
But I wouldverify thatpaths to IPP's 'Include'and 'Lib' foldersare properlyset in VS 2010 settings:
Tools -> Options -> Projects &Solutions -> VC++ Directories
Note: It is not applicable if paths to 'Include' and 'Lib' folders aredefined in some project.
I'm not sure about your Visual Studio 2010installation. Did you install theVS2010 Shell + Libs coming with the latest Intel Visual Fortran Composer XE? If this is the caseplease note that the Shell is for Fortran only and DOES NOT include any C/C++ portions. So you will not be able to install and use the Intel C++ Compiler on theVS2010 Shell.Please refer to the release notes for more information about the system requirements.