Project properties changed when configuring to use Intel C++ Compiler


Reference Number : DPD200036725, DPD200037715


Version : 10.x


Operating System : Windows*


Problem Description : 
When switching to use the Intel C++ Compiler, some project properties got changed.

This is because in the 10.x version the IDE integration maintains all the project properties in the .icproj file. So there're times that a sync operation between .icproj and .vcproj is needed.

Resolution Status : 
This is fixed in 11.0 version of the Intel C++ Compiler for Windows.

In the 11.0 the IDE integration only saves the Intel C++ Compiler specific properties in the .icproj file, all the original Visual C++ project properties are untouched in the .vcproj file.

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