Is Microsoft's 64-bit 2010 compiler supported?

Is Microsoft's 64-bit 2010 compiler supported?

Asger Friis-vigh's picture

Hi,

I'm using Microsoft's 64-bit compiler in 2010. In version 1.1.3 of IACA there were a IACA_VC64_START macro. This didn't work on any of my test projects.

Now in the latest version (2.0.1) the documentation still mentions the IACA_VC64_START macro, however this is now missing from the iacaMarks.h file.

Are you indeed supporting 64-bit output from the Microsoft 2010 compiler, or only Intel's own 64-bit compiler?

Thank you.

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Patrick Konsor (Intel)'s picture

Have you tried using the regular IACA_START and IACA_END macros?

Asger Friis-vigh's picture

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Patrick Konsor (Intel) wrote:

Have you tried using the regular IACA_START and IACA_END macros?


Hi,

yes, the point of having the VC64 macros is due to the Microsoft 64 bit compiler not having support for the keyword, which the regular IACA_START marcos use.

In the latest release, the VC64 macros are gone, and the regular macros still don't compile.

Are there plans to support the MSVC 2010 x64 compiler?

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