I have as an Os windows 7 32bits (ultimate sp1 edition)
when trying to install visual studio community 2015 edition as custom I have a lot of choices to check (over to 34 GB) but I want to install the minimum just the needed volume to use my FORTRAN programming, in the choices there are: (when we don't check any thing the volume is 5 GB!!)
- Programming languages:
- Visual C++
- Visual F#
- Python tools for visual studio (June 2016)
-Windows and web development: (also many choices)
-Cross platform mobile development (with many choices)
-Common tools: (with many choices)
I want please what exactly I have to check in order to just use my free Intel visual FORTRAN.
Thanks, waiting for very detailed explanation .
I strongly recommend using Microsoft's download rather than a third-party source. It is free, after all.
You need C++ support included. That's the only non-default option you need. I haven't looked to see what can get deselected. You certainly don't need F# or Python. You probably do need Windows Development and Common Tools.
How did you obtain Intel Visual Fortran?