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Beginner
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Trick!

If you have CVF installed, you may run it with a tweak: edit ifc.cfg and change the line
# Path to Microsoft Visual C++* .NET 8.0 linker
-Qlocation,link,"Bin"

to
# Path to Microsoft Visual C++* .NET 8.0 linker
-Qlocation,link,"C:Program FilesMicrosoft Visual StudioVC98Bin"


But again, I may give a try to the new 'free as in beer' microsoft compiler.

Best regardas
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Black Belt
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IFL 7 supported installation over CVF as an alternative to Visual Studio.
With current Ifort, it is possible to use the C++ 2003 toolkit as the primary source for link and libraries, and set up ifortvars.bat so that it searches the CVF installation for libraries not provided by Toolkit.
Both ifortvars.bat and ifort.cfg must be edited to make it work with 9.0.
You still don't get full support of all Ifort capabilities, but you may find it useful.
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