"Intel(R) C++ Compiler 9.0" command line prompt

"Intel(R) C++ Compiler 9.0" command line prompt

Excuse me for my poor english, because I speak french.

I know that "Intel C++ Compiler 9.0" doesn't integrate to "Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2".

But I want to know if it is possible to work in command line prompt?

I say that because Intel compiler compiles successfully my project created with VS2005, but after that when it starts to link, it writes "icl: error: could not find 'Bin'".

Must I modify the file "icl.cfg":

# This Configuration file may be used for additional switches

# Enable Microsoft Visual C++* .NET 8.0 compatibility

# Path to Microsoft Visual C++* .NET 8.0 linker

# *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others


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For more complete information about compiler optimizations, see our Optimization Notice.

Yes, the -Qlocation line must be filled in with the full path to the folder including the Microsoft LINK program which matches your compiler. For example,
-Qlocation,link,"c:program filesMicrosoft Visual C++ toolkit 2003Bin"
The installation procedure does not accomplish this automatically, in cases of unsupported Microsoft tools versions.

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