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Integration problem of oneAPI 2024 with Visual Studio 2019 on Windows 10

qiuck16
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I installed oneAPI 2024 successfully but when I created a Fortran project, the error appear, as follows:

 

Tool path doesn't exist or nor set "\bin32". Make sure install directory environment variable is defined.

 

Try to re-install the product to fix t

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Ron_Green
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In the Project Configuration, set the build to x64.  Does that work?  Which compiler are you using, ifx or ifort?

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qiuck16
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The build platform is x64 by default, and the default compiler is ifx.

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Devorah_H_Intel
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What is the version of VS 2019? Please provide the info from Help>About Microsoft VS.
See validated VS 2019 versions

Are you able to create a new Fortran project? 

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qiuck16
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It is Visual Studio Community 2019 version 16.11.32. I can create and build a Fortran project and then run the program.

JohnNichols
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That program is so old you, you need to update to a modern VS try 2022 or the preview.  You are wasting time on old stuff.  

 

VS has moved on and so has Intel.  

 

Ron_Green
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So if I understand, you have an existing Fortran Solution or Project.  After you upgraded to Intel Fortran 2024 it won't build.  But if you create a new project you can compile and run.

 

So the old project file must have some 32bit dependency or other.

 

You have 2 choices - if the number of files is small-ish, I would create a new Solution/Project and include all the sources.  Start with a clean project file using ifx.  

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use this guide in the Developer Guide  to set the default compiler to ifort and you should be able to build.

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