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IPP 6.0 Atom 64-bit n8 static libraries

Hello.
IPP has tools/staticlib/ directory with header files and merged static libraries to statically link specific core into application. In IPP 6.0.1 lp32 there is s8 core for Atom CPU rinning 32-bit mode. The question is: where n8 64-bit static core could be found?
ia32 IPP has shared s8 core, but no header file and no s8_* functions in static libraries. em64t IPP has shared n8 core, but also no header file and no n8_* functions in static libraries. Is it somehow inconsistent?

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Yes, there are some inconsistency on the packages we delivered in 6.0 and MID toolkit. We may consider to complete the gap in next releases.

Do you need static libraries for Atom, or can shared libraires work for your case?

Thanks,
Ying
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It would be great to have Atom treated the same way other processors libraries are implemented: 64-bit goes into em64t package, 32-bit - ia32, both shared and static libraries.
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Quoting - YING S (Intel)
Do you need static libraries for Atom, or can shared libraires work for your case?

By your comment and the lack of s8_/n8_ staticlib/*.h windows 32-bit files I take it there is no atom staticlib support. Orhave I missed the Install Atom support checkbox during the install?

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Quoting - Ying S (Intel)
Do you need static libraries for Atom, or can shared libraires work for your case?
Is there an update on the issue? IPP 6.1 Update 1 for Linux still has this inconsistency.
Static libraries would be much better for my case.
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