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How to Creating the Wrapper Library in windows64?

I use vs2013+ivf2013 program my fortran code, The FFTW2 wrappers to Intel MKL provide the following subroutines for calling from Fortran:
call fftw_f77_create_plan(plan, n, dir, flags)
call fftw_f77(plan, howmany, in, istride, idist, out, ostride, odist)
call fftw_f77_one(plan, in, out)
call fftw_f77_threads(nthreads, plan, howmany, in, istride, idist, out, ostride, odist)
call fftw_f77_threads_one(nthreads, plan, in, out)
call fftw_f77_destroy_plan(plan)
call fftwnd_f77_create_plan(plan, rank, n, dir, flags)
call fftw2d_f77_create_plan(plan, nx, ny, dir, flags)
call fftw3d_f77_create_plan(plan, nx, ny, nz, dir, flags)
call fftwnd_f77(plan, howmany, in, istride, idist, out, ostride, odist)
call fftwnd_f77_one(plan, in, out)
call fftwnd_f77_threads(nthreads, plan, howmany, in, istride, idist, out, ostride,odist)
call fftwnd_f77_threads_one(nthreads, plan, in, out)

According to the 'FFTW Interface to Intel® Math Kernel Library', just provide the method in Linux like this:make libintel64,,,Any one know how to do in windows?
 


 

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you may build fftw2 wrappers also on windows: nmake libintel64 (  Usage: nmake {libia32|libintel64}). 

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Hui,

Were you able to run your Fortran FFTW on Windows?

Pamela

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