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Intel Compiler in VS

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I was reading another thread on the Intel compiler and saw that Intel has a Visual Studio plugin that allows the IDE to compile using it over the VC++ compiler. Has anyone used this compiler before with the VS IDE? Can anyone name some disadvantages over using Intel over VC++? Does the debugger work with this Compiler (I'm assuming it should)? Any other comments of suggestions would be nice. Thanks in advance.

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I was reading another thread on the Intel compiler and saw that Intel has a Visual Studio plugin that allows the IDE to compile using it over the VC++ compiler. Has anyone used this compiler before with the VS IDE?
Yes.
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Can anyone name some disadvantages over using Intel over VC++?
Can't think of anything offhand, other than price. I suppose if you're using other compilation goodies like Incredibuild the integration might not be great (though I'm just guessing).
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Does the debugger work with this Compiler (I'm assuming it should)?
Yes.

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Can't think of anything offhand, other than price. I suppose if you're using other compilation goodies like Incredibuild the integration might not be great (though I'm just guessing).


It is free for non commercial use.

http://www.intel.com/cd/software/products/asmo-na/eng/219771.htm

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Unfortunately thats the linux version of the compiler. The windows version is not free for non-commerical use :(. It does, however, have a evaluation version.

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