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OpenVINO with Visual Studio 15 2017 and Visual Studio 16 2019

I'm using Windows 10 with Processor Intel Core i7-6500U CPU 64-bit Operating System. I successfully verified OpenVINO 2019 R3.1 installation with verification scripts with Visual Studio 15 2017.

I have another application required Visual Studio 16 2019 (I am still keeping Visual Studio 15 2017 in my computer), now I verified OpenVINO 2019 R3.1 installation with verification scripts and have error:

"Creating Visual Studio 16 2019 x64 files in C:\...\Intel\OpenVINO\inference_engine_samples_build...
CMake Error: Could not create named generator Visual Studio 16 2019"

Please let me know how to keep OpenVINO working while both VS 15 2017 and VS 16 2019 co-existed in my computer.

Will the new OpenVINO 2020.1 work with VS 16 2019?

Thanks.

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Hi Alice,

Thanks for reaching out. The OpenVINO toolkit documentation lists Microsoft Visual Studio 2015, 2017 or 2019 with C++ and MSBuild as a dependency. At this time, we have not tested Microsoft Visual Studio 2016 with the OpenVINO toolkit.

You should be able to run the build_samples_msvc.bat VS2015|VS2017|VS2019 to specify which Microsoft Visual Studio to use. Feel free to share your results with the community if you decide to continue using Microsoft Visual Studio 2016.

Regards,

Jesus

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