O Learned Denizens,
Now that my license appears functional, I have another question.
I'm suffering from the "not found in the system" issue when I ask for 64 bit compilation. It starts and runs fine for 32bit.
I've looked at http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/error-visual-studio-2005-2008-or-2010-is-not-found-in-the-system-when-launching-intel-64 and it nearly helps but not quite.
If I edit compilervars_arch.bat in line with what is set up then it fails with a syntax error, but if I add quotes thus:
set WindowsSDKDir="%ProgramFiles%\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.1\"
then I lose the syntax error. Nevertheless I still fail to get it to work as advertised (even allowing for the fact that I swap "IPCC_COMPILER12" for "IFORT_COMPILER12" and such like further down). Just running compilervars_arch still fails.
If I knife and fork things directly as I did for version 10.1 then I nearly get it working but although the compilation works, the linking fails with a single unresolved external - for_strcpy. As far as I can tell that comes out of libifcore.lib, which is on the path included in my "LIB" command but not found. Any hints for why for_strcpy is absent without official leave?
Thanks in advance,