Now that I'm working on Windows 7 64 bit with a 64 bit application I sometimes feel on top of the world and all those troubles from the 90's with dll hell are behind me.Until I come to redistribing the Intel Primitives libraries and the MKL libraries.Currently we're a small startup with a wonderful product and I'm the software manager. We have 5 Composer licenses of varying releases and I'm working on getting the license server up and running for a floating license we just purchased. Yes, another few thousand to Intel. Not there yet.I have just spent 9 hours over two days trying to make our 64 bit application work in release build on two varying PCs' with different processors. To say that it's frustrating would be an understatment. Well, I'm a Brit. I got it working eventually but it was unguided and felt wrong. Now, I don't expect to get an answer from this forum as I intend to raise this as a paid for support issue. I don't even expect to get an answer that route either.I've become a blue belt in using dependency walker and debug view but I very much do not appreciate the rather unhelpful FAQs , various PDF's and tons upon tons of caveats with license conditions. We currently evaluate a new Intel based SBC every month to find the one that suits our needs. Making our app work on each one as it comes is very very painful. If there was ever a case for moving to an ARM processor and Linux it's now made.CheersAdrian EdmondsCMosaix Ltd
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