(On Windows 7 Pro x64 with PS XE 2013 and MS VS 2012)
I am trying to resolve an issue when compiling for MIC native where the include path is not set up correctly. Using one of the sample native applications, which compile "icl -Qmic ...". When compiling without -Qmic the sample program compiles (yes this is posted under a different message), however this is something new. In an attempt to resolve the issue I wanted to add -QdM to display the macros. -QdM is recognized as a valid option when compiling without -Qmic, with -Qmic the compiler complains about invalid option (along with stdio.h not being found).
FYI I also tried SET GXX_INCLUDE=%INCLUDE% as a hack test (as I do not have GCC installed).
Is GCC required to be installed (on Windows) in order to perform native (-Qmic) compilations using ICL?