Configuring a Microsoft Visual Studio* Project
To configure a Microsoft Visual Studio* project with Intel® MPI Library, do the following:
In Microsoft Visual Studio*, create a console application project or open an existing one.
Open the project properties, go to Configuration Properties > Debugging and set the following parameters:
Command arguments: -n <processes-number> "$(TargetPath)"
Environment: PATH=$(I_MPI_ONEAPI_ROOT)\bin\$(ConfigurationName);$(I_MPI_ONEAPI_ROOT)\libfabric\bin;$(PATH)NOTE:If you have installed the Microsoft Visual Studio* integration, go to Project > Properties > Intel Libraries for oneAPI > Use Intel MPI Library and set it to Yes. You can skip the steps below.
In Configuration Properties > C/C++ or Fortran, as appropriate, set the following parameter:
Additional Include Directories: $(I_MPI_ONEAPI_ROOT)\include
In Configuration Properties > Linker, set the following parameter:
Additional Library Directories: $(I_MPI_ONEAPI_ROOT)\lib\$(ConfigurationName);$(I_MPI_ONEAPI_ROOT)\lib
In Configuration Properties > Linker > Input, set the following parameters:
- For Fortran, set Additional Dependencies: impi.lib
- For C++, set Additional Dependencies: impi.lib and impicxx.lib
After completing these steps, you can build the solution and run the application. To run the application from Visual Studio, you can use the Ctrl + F5 key combination (Start Without Debugging). For other available options, see Running Applications.