I have a C++ project in a Visual Studio 2010 Solution. This depends on an Intel Visual Fortran Composer library project. Adding the Fortran project as a dependency via Project Dependencies... builds the C++ and dependent Fortran library OK but the C++ does not auto link to the Fortran library.
The following msdn blog entry has info on Microsoft moving project dependencies from solution files to project files.
This seems to suggest that things have changed for linking in VS2010. It states that instead references should added to the Framework and Reference section of the C++ projects Properties dialog. However, Add New Reference... from this dialog does not list any of the Intel Fortran projects. Adding a direct reference to the Fortran .lib file in the C++ linker options works, but should we really have to do this?
I have contacted Intel about this, and they say there is nothing they can fix at their end and that they have reported the issue to Microsoft. Can this issue be sorted out?