Is it possible to create Visual Studio project templates for custom solutions such as one's own versions of dynamic-link (or class) libraries, console applications, etc.? I am following up on similar conversations in the past (see links below) and wondering if anything has changed.
I'm currently using Visual Studio 2012 with Intel Fortran 2013 XE Update 4.
I can easily create and customize C/C++ (and other language) project templates using "Export Template" feature, but this option is not available for Intel Fortran projects.
At Steve Lionel explains in one of the above-mentioned topics, it is not advisable to edit built-in templates offered by Intel. Nonetheless, I "experimented" with it and wasn't successful :-(
Adding my own templates to the Intel location (<C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0\Common7\IDE\ProjectTemplates\IntelFortran>) doesn't work either.
Nor does the usual Visual Studio approach of adding your own to <C:\Users\(username)\Documents\Visual Studio 2012\Templates\ProjectTemplates\Intel(R) Visual Fortran> folder.
I'll greatly appreciate if anyone can suggest ways to add "custom" Intel Fortran project templates.
Also, does Intel have plans to start supporting the "Export Template" feature in Visual Studio any time soon?