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Converting Projects to Use a Selected Compiler from the Command Line

You can use the command-line utility
ICProjConvert191.exe
to transform your Intel® C++ projects into Microsoft Visual C++* projects, or vice-versa. The syntax is:
ICProjConvert191.exe <sln_file | prj_files> </VC[:"VCtoolset name"] | /IC[:"ICtoolset name"]> [/q] [/nologo] [/msvc] [/s] [/f]
Where:
Parameter
Description
sln_file
A path to the solution file, which should be modified to use a specified project system.
prj_files
A space separated list of project files (or wildcard), which should be modified to use specified project system.
/VC
Convert to use the Microsoft Visual C++* project system.
VCtoolset name
The possible values are
v141
(Microsoft Visual Studio* 2017) and
v142
(Microsoft Visual Studio 2019).
/IC
Convert to use the Intel® C++ project system.