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Converting project from VS15 to VS19

Wagnon
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I am currenting Converting solution from VS15 to VS19.

  The solution contains multiple projects c, c++, c#, and Fortran (older Intel Fortran compiler)

   Our IT group has installed on, Vs19 and Intel OneApi Fortran, they told me that they did install the optional integrate with VS19.

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  Since the is a GFE pc, I can only request things to be installed, no admin privileges.

   In the VS19 IDE I do not see Tools Options Intel Compiler and Libraries IFORT Intel Fortran Classic > Compilers as an option yet

   There is Tools Options Intel Compiler and Libraries

   So far have been able to build all the projects except the Fortran projects

   This morning I ran from the OneApi command prompt the env/vars.bat file hope that would add the IFORT selection to the VS19.

 

 How do I add Tools Options Intel Compiler and Libraries IFORT Intel Fortran Classic > Compilers as an option into the VS19 IDE.

 

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Larry Wagnon

    

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Steve_Lionel
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In VS19, please do Help > About. Click Copy Info and paste the result into a reply here.

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Wagnon
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Our computer doesn't have access to the internet, so there is 6 pages, so the following is what I think might be relative :

  •     Intel Libraries for oneApi
  •     Intel Advisor
  •     Intel C++ compiler
  •     Intel Distribution for GDB
  •     Intel DPC++
  •     Intel oneApi Menu & Samples
  •     Intel oneApi Visual Studio Menu & Samples
  •     Intel VTune Profiler

Thanks,

   I am wondering if our IT group started with the wrong installer.  Is there separate installer for the Fortran? The one they ran required 26gb to install.

 

 

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Wagnon
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Also the installer they used was w_Basekit_p_2021.2.0.2871_offline.exe

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JohnNichols
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You need the HPC kit as well for Fortran - base kit first and then HPC

Grab the 32 bit mkl kit as well, saves finding out later you need it.  

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Steve_Lionel
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See Solved: The Easy and Fast Way to Install JUST Fortran with Intel® oneAPI - Intel Communities if you just want Fortran and not the other stuff in the toolkits. (If you want MKL, that's in the Base toolkit.)

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