Visual Studio 2012 Express: /Qpar-report:2 works in Win32, fails to report in x64 projects - by John Michael Reed

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ID 785675 Comments
Status Closed Workarounds
Type Bug Repros 0
Opened 4/26/2013 6:54:09 AM
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In Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 Express, programming in C++, the "/Qpar-report:2" command line option works in Win32, but fails to report on auto parallelization in x64 projects. I do not think that this should happen when I change the configuration manager project settings from 32 bit to 64 bit (unless Auto-Parallelization and Auto-Vectorization is only supposed to work on 32 bit applications or because this feature in x64 was only made available on VS Professional and up). Is this supposed to happen? For more details, see forum question:
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Posted by Eric [MSFT] on 5/7/2013 at 3:52 PM
Hi, I think you may just have some missing project settings.

The project file you attached has a Win32 configuration, but no X64 one. The win32 one is 'debug', but it looks like you have manually changed /O2, as well as /Qpar /Qpar-report:2. I don't see the associated x64 one, but I can compile the code as expected on the command line just fine.

Please double check that you have optimizations turned on, plus /Qpar /Qpar-report:2 set. You can always verify the switches actually getting thrown in ConsoleApplication1.log files.

If you are still seeing problems, can you please provide the precise solution that exhibits it?

I am closing this MSConnect item. Feel free to re-open it if you have any more questions.

Eric Brumer - Microsoft Visual C++
Posted by Microsoft on 4/28/2013 at 8:40 PM
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