Install Problem Intel Visual Fortran Compiler Professional Edition 11.1 & Visual Studio 2010

Install Problem Intel Visual Fortran Compiler Professional Edition 11.1 & Visual Studio 2010

We can not successfully install Intel Visual Fortran Compiler Professional Edition 11.1 with IMSL, with our Visual Studio 2010.

Part way through the install, the Pre-requsite Issues Summary pops up, and says that "The Following Components could not be installed)

Integration in Microsoft Visual Studio

It acts as if it doesn't see Visual Studio 2010 sitting on my machine. I proceed with the install, and point the install to C:\\Program Files\\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\\ DIA SDK like the instructions say to if it doesn't install the Intergration with VS.

Regardless the install doesn't work.


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That is correct - version 11.1 does not support VS2010. The first version to support VS2010 is 12.0, or Intel Visual Fortran Composer XE 2011. Version 11.1 provides the Visual Studio 2008 Shell and libraries - you would need to make sure you downloaded the installer that included the shell.

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You know, I found that in support Material in the past, and we ended up rolling things back VS2008, so it would integrate, BUT, somehow the faculty member has successfully installed this configuration on his ownlaptop?? I am baffled that it even works per information that says it won't... but somehow it does, and I am tasked to repeat it....

No, it simply will not work. There is zero support in version 11.1 for VS2010. and even if you had installed the newer version into VS2010, 11.1 would not appear as an available compiler version.

Retired 12/31/2016

Thanks Steve. I needed a firm answer to report back, and that is as cut and dry as it gets.

ifort 11.1 may work with VS2010 by command line only, using /Qlocation,link... option, but there is no GUI integration and no automatic setup even for command line.

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