I've read through the article describing how to support windows xp when compiling in VS2012. Unfortunately some of the fortran DLLs are now trying to link with MSVCR100.dll, which I dont want because all of our C++ DLLS/EXE in the same application are linking against MSVCR110.DLL.
Without applying the fix to the fortran DLLs, the application runs OK. However, I have a fortran executable (that links with the other fortran DLLs also) which STILL produces the 'not a valid win32 application' error, even with the change to library paths.
Is there a new method of supporting Windows XP in fortran now that VS2012 Update 1 has been released which adds the v110_xp platform toolset, which in our case, all of our VC11 DLLs/EXE compile with?