Corporate policy is forcing me to switch to a Windows 7 64-bit platform. I have a new workstation with Visual Studio 2012 Pro installed on it.
On its intro page, when first starting it, I selected it to configure for Visual C++.
At present I run IVF on Visual Studio 2005. The IVF is an 'old' version - here are the details from the Help..About. in Visual Studio
Intel(R) Visual Fortran Composer XE 2011 Update 10 Integration for Microsoft Visual Studio* 2005, 12.1.3530.2005, Copyright (C) 2002-2012 Intel C
I have dowloaded w_fcompxe_novsshell_2011.10.325.exe and tried to install the compiler.
A package name w_fcompxe_2011.10.325 is also mentioned there.
However, when I try the installer, after a couple of pages, I get the folowing messages that certain 'development tools' are missing:
The Intel(R) Composer XE 2011 requires that a Microsoft* development product be installed. Refer to the Release Notes for a list of the required Microsoft* development tools.
Installation can continue; however, you will have to configure Compiler scripts for command line build environment by hand if you want to use them. Refer to documentation for instructions how to do it.
The following components can not be installed:
- Integration(s) in Microsoft Visual Studio*
- Intel(R) Parallel Debugger Extension
- Integrated Documentation
Installation can continue; however, these components will not be installed because they require that a supported Microsoft* development tools be installed. Refer to the Release Notes for a list of the required Microsoft* development tools.
I am none the wiser as to what 'development tools' are missing.
Please can you advise?
Is it a permissions problem?