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  1. #1
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    Jul 2013

    Question relating to TDM and Intel on Windows.

    -I am using the 64 bit Windows TDM C++ compiler to compile my programs.
    -I am attempting to include Classes via 64 bit Intel compiled library files, via the headers.

    Is TDM C++ able to include and run Windows 64 bit Intel libraries, at all, or by default?
    Is there a necessary compiler switch to enable so that programs will compile, link, build
    and then run to success?

  2. #2
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    Oct 2006

    Re: Question relating to TDM and Intel on Windows.

    I've never used TDM but as I understand it it's gcc based and according to this,, Intel toolchains are only compatible with MSVC when building for Windows
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