Marked as answer by eryang Friday, November 13, 3: These libraries can also be found in any licensed release of the intel compilers. Wednesday, November 11, 7: I verified this using dumpbin. Active 5 years, 3 months ago. So now we are trying to put it all into one DLL, but keep the development projects separate.
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It is probably not duplicate of that one. Leave a Comment Please sign in to add a comment. Active 5 years, 3 months ago. Post as a guest Name.
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This is little more than a “let me google that for you” answer. JBentley 4, 5 5 gold badges 25 25 silver badges 61 61 bronze badges.
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So, llibirc.lib that error is gone;only to libifc.lib myself into a different issue now. Help us improve MSDN.
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I’ve edited your post to make it less verbose. It is possible it will just be DLLs. Wednesday, November 11, 7: Sign up using Email and Password. Am I wrong in assuming I should be able to do this?
Static library / issue
The reason it is a libirc.ilb module from the DLL is because of how the development work is distributed. Hi Abhijit, Glad to see that the first question has been resolved, and I notice that you have create another thread for that warning message, so, may I mark thomas’ reply as answer?
I have searched in the internet for “ifconsol. Let me know if you need more info.
How do we handle problem users? If the LIB files are not in there, libirv.lib will need to download a version of the compiler from intel to obtain the linking libraries. If my solution needs these libraries, how can I obtain similar ones for bit? So, probably the VC environment needs that for a 64 bit linking.
I have added two libs in the appropriate places.
Static library / libirc.lib issue
So, am trying to resolve that now. Thank you, Abhijit Dutta. From what I researched in the internet, this had to do with the bit solution trying to use libraries compiled for a bit machine. Anyway the question should be asked on the official Intel Support Forum.
I am fairly confident that I can rebuild the libraries I have source code for, however there are a number of libraries the dreaded Intel Fortran Libraries that are also provided and used in the original solution, that were written for bit:.
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