I am working on a large project (C#,C++/CLI,and native C++) where the target platform toolset for C++/CLI and C++ is v100 (Visual Studio 2010).
For convenience, I use the VS2012 IDE. Everything was working fine up until I tried to compile some native C++ projects with Intel Composer XE 13.0.
If I have say
- projA.vcxproj (target: projA.lib with PlatformToolset = vc100)
- projB.vcxproj (target: projB.lib with PlatformToolset = vc100)
and convert projA to 'Use Intel C++' -> PlatformToolset becomes 'Intel C++ Compiler XE 13.0'
Then I get some linking used when combining projA.lib and projB.lib together:
7>ipo : warning #11082: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0\VC\lib\amd64\msvcprt.lib: mismatch detected for '_MSC_VER': value '1700' does not match value '1600' in <snip>/projB.lib.
Of course, if I use the visual 2010 IDE, everything is fine.
So, is there a limitation that force Intel C++ to use the runtime of the current IDE and not take into account the initial PlatformToolset defined in the vcxproj ?
Hoping my explanations are clear. :-)
Note: This is a repost of my previous thread http://software.intel.com/en-us/comment/1755563 in the "Intel Parallel Studio Forum" since I've been suggested the "Intel C++ compiler forum" is more suited for this question.