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Learner99
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UIC precompiled DLLs vs. Building the DLLS with default settings?

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I run the UIC build scripts without any modification. The build works fine, but the new DLLs crash in my program. The original DLLs did not. Can anyone help me think of ideas on why there might be a difference?

I'm dealing with version 6.1.6.065 of the UIC libraries. Laptop is a Core 2 DUO T7300 2 Gz with 2 GB RAM.
Compiler is Intel v11.074. IPP v 6.1.1.035

As background - the reason I'm doing this is that until now I have been working with a version of UIC that I compile in VS2005. I notice it is much (4x) faster than the precompiled DLLs, but it is not thread safe. So, I'm trying to figure out how to get both the better performance of my custom VS2005 build but keep the thread safety of the precompiled DLLs.

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Chao_Y_Intel
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Hello,

I notice different version of IPP sample code and, IPP library is used:

version 6.1.6.065 of the UIC libraries.
IPP v 6.1.1.035

They need to be the sample version.

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Chao

Learner99
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Good point. Is there any way to download the UIC version 6.1.1.035?

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PaulF_IntelCorp
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Here is a link to the UIC sample for version 6.1.1 of the IPP library:

http://registrationcenter.intel.com/irc_nas/1525/w_ipp-uic_p_6.1.1.044.zip

Paul
Learner99
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Sorry to be a hassle, but do you also have the src directory for that example? I can't link to it with my version of the header files...

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Learner99
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Perfect. Thanks!
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