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Building projects in VS2017 without full VS

Mackrill__Sam
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On this page: https://software.intel.com/en-us/intel-parallel-studio-xe-compilers-required-microsoft-visual-studio

is says:

Now it is possible to use Intel Fortran Compiler in compilervars environment within VS2017 Build Tools without installation of entire Microsoft* Visual Studio 2017 IDE.

But I can't seem to find and further details on how to do this, Could somebody please point me at the relevant documentation?

(We have a lot of legacy Fortran and are moving our build process to Jenkins)

[Ideally I would like to use MSBuild but as far as I can see this, long promised, feature has not been delivered yet]

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Herb__Joachim
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You can start VS from the command line (I think, the .com in the program name is important): devenv.com solution.sln /project fortran_project /build "Release|x64"
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