Warning #677: memory usage conflict with precompiled header file seen on Windows* XP and Linux*


Reference Number : DPD200136749


Version : 10.1, 11.0, 11.1


Product : Intel® C++ Compilers Professional Edition for Windows* and Linux*.  Intel ® Parallel Composer.


Operating System : Windows* versions prior to Windows Vista* or equivalent, Linux*


Problem Description : When using precompiled headers, you may see the diagnostic:

Warning #677: memory usage conflict with precompiled header file

This means that there was an internal problem with the precompiled header processing in the compiler and precompiled headers will not be used for the file in question which may cause an increase in build times.


Resolution Status : We are investigating this issue.  Please contact us via the User Forum or Intel® Premier Support if you are experiencing this issue.



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