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Visual Studio (re-)integration

Hi - I was previously using Intel C++ 16.0 inside Windows Visual Studio 2012. Then I installed Visual Studio 2015, and all the Intel C++ compiler options have disappeared.

Is there some way of re-integrating Intel C++ into the new version of Visual Studio, or do I have to re-install Intel C++ from scratch?

John

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Hi John,
Without the install log files we wouldn't know if the selection was made etc.  What you can do is to:
"launch setup.exe from original package perform modification to install C++ compiler and ensure you've selected the correct VS version as well"  That should plug in the compiler in the IDE.

_Kittur

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Kittur Ganesh (Intel) wrote:

Without the install log files we wouldn't know if the selection was made etc.

Thanks Kittur, but sorry - you mean the Intel C++ installation some time ago? It just integrated itself into the version of Visual Studio that was present at the time (2012).

What you can do is to:
"launch setup.exe from original package perform modification to install C++ compiler and ensure you've selected the correct VS version as well"  That should plug in the compiler in the IDE.

There's no setup.exe(s) in Program Files <x86)/IntelSWTools, so I guess I'll have to re-download the installation (Parallel Studio XE Pro - it doesn't look like you can just get the compiler on its own from our internal site).

John

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Parallel Studio re-downloaded/installed, and corresponding options in Visual Studio now available again.

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Great, nice to know it's fine now John!

_Kittur

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