I understood that I could build my own dll (call it custom dll). I'm using MKL version 10.3, update 11. As a test I'm using nmake like this:
nmake dllia32 buf_lib= export=CustomMKLFunctionList.txt name=CustomMKL
It makes CustomMKL.dll and CustomMKL.lib just fine.
I try to use it in my test app (test.exe) which is run on a computer without MKL installed. When I do, I get this error:
"mkl_intel_thread.dll is missing" ...
It finds my custom dll just fine. I thought that one of the main points of building a custom dll is that everything I'd need is in my custom dll, but apparently not. Anybody have experience here? What Intel dll's do I need once I build my custom dll?
Thanks for any help