Intel Visual Fortran Windows 7 64 Bit Download
doing a search i found that intel does not recommend using the 64 bit compiler with visual studio or eclipse. i then tried to set up the 32 bit compiler, but it did not work either. the information i read at the intel website says: “if you use the 32-bit compiler on a 64-bit platform, then 32-bit runtime libraries are not loaded.” therefore, i decided to give up on the idea of using vs.
finally, i was able to compile my code with the intel compiler and could link it to the fast libaries from the build folder. unfortunately i could not find a way to link the libaries to the dlls that i was able to compile, as they did not show up in the reference manager. i guess it was simply because the dlls were not present in the build folder. i was not able to link the libaries from the build folder to the dlls i was able to compile. so finally i went back to the route of using the 32 bit compiler instead.
in visual studio 2015, right click on your project file and select the build menu, then select build project. this should build the dlls for you. however, because i never found a way to link the libraries from the build folder to the dlls, they do not show up in the reference manager. but when i did right click on the dlls and selected properties, it did show up. and of course, it worked!
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