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Bug #421

CMake ignores a custom compiler setting on Windows

Added by Rossen Apostolov about 10 years ago. Updated almost 10 years ago.

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mdrun
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Description

Even if a custom compiler is given under Windows, CMake ignores the setting and generates project files with the default one.

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#1 Updated by Sander Pronk almost 10 years ago

This appears to be a general cmake issue; starting with a very simple (non-gromacs) CMakeLists.txt, the MSVC project always uses the Microsoft compiler regardless of the setting used while generating the project in cmake.

#2 Updated by Erik Lindahl almost 10 years ago

Unfortunately I think you always have to push the "switch to intel compiler button" in MSVC, even when you told cmake to generate makefiles for icc. It could be an MSVC bug...

#3 Updated by Sander Pronk almost 10 years ago

OK - in that case I'm reclassifying it: it's not something we can fix.

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