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x64 Merge Module

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We have recently switched to the Intel compiler (Composer XE 2015) and we are trying to use WIX to create an installer for our product. We are currently having an issue with the x64 merge module (w_ccompxe_redist_intel64_2015.3.208.msm), WIX throws the following error:

light.exe(0,0): error LGHT0204: ICE80: This 32BitComponent Comp_cilkrts20.dll.D9F09DDD_F3FE_427A_A63E_83D87E7D99CC uses 64BitDirectory compiler.D9F09DDD_F3FE_427A_A63E_83D87E7D99CC

We have been using the Microsoft merge modules for several years and had no issues.

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