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pvonkaenel
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Hi all,

I've started started working with the audo-video-codec in the ipp-samples. I want to generate both ia32 and em64t versions of the libraries under WinXP using Intel C++ Pro 11 which includes IPP 6.0 Update 1. I have this much working with the included batch and make files (even after.svn directories have been introduced - that was interesting). What I would like to know is if it's safe to specify /MT instead of /MD and if I can use the UNICODE preprocessor definition so that the wchar_t is used by default. Does anyone have experience with the UMC libs building with /MT and UNICODE?

Thanks,
Peter
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Vladimir_Dudnik
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Hi Peter,

it should be safe to build UMC libraries with UNICODE support and we actually do this for internal build. To be honest I'm surprised that it is not a case in released package. The reason might be that UMC applications were not designed for that purpose (but it should be easy to modify on your side).

I also do not expect troubles with using static multithreaded runtime for UMC libraries (you need just ensure that application you will link with also use that version of C run-time libs).

Regards,
Vladimir
pvonkaenel
New Contributor III
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Hi Peter,

it should be safe to build UMC libraries with UNICODE support and we actually do this for internal build. To be honest I'm surprised that it is not a case in released package. The reason might be that UMC applications were not designed for that purpose (but it should be easy to modify on your side).

I also do not expect troubles with using static multithreaded runtime for UMC libraries (you need just ensure that application you will link with also use that version of C run-time libs).

Regards,
Vladimir


Thanks Vladimir.

Peter
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