I am attempting to port a linux application to Windows 7, and I have so far completely failed to get even a single line compilation command to work. I am using cygwin with the cl.exe compiler which I believe should work. However, I get the following error:
nvcc --compiler-bindir "c:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\VC\bin" -I. -I/usr/include -m32 cuda_correlator.cu cube/cube.c -o cuda_correlator cuda_correlator.cu tmpxft_000011c8_00000000-3_cuda_correlator.cudafe1.gpu tmpxft_000011c8_00000000-11_cuda_correlator.cudafe2.gpu cuda_correlator.cu tmpxft_000011c8_00000000-3_cuda_correlator.cudafe1.cpp tmpxft_000011c8_00000000-17_cuda_correlator.ii cube.c tmpxft_000011c8_00000000-6_cube.cudafe1.gpu tmpxft_000011c8_00000000-21_cube.cudafe2.gpu cube.c tmpxft_000011c8_00000000-6_cube.cudafe1.cpp tmpxft_000011c8_00000000-27_cube.ii LINK : fatal error LNK1104: cannot open file 'kernel32.lib' make: *** [cuda_correlator] Error 2
The compilation completes, but at link time the ‘kernel32.lib’ cannot not be found. This is located in the C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.1\lib directory, well at least the file "Kernel32.Lib’ is present, but I guess the capitalization shouldn’t matter. I also tried adding this path to the compile line with the ‘-L’ option, but this didn’t help. I am using Microsoft Visual Studio v10, Windows 7 Pro SP1 and I have installed the Windows SDK.
I am sure this is a trivial problem that is easy to fix, but I am completely new to this Windows development thing, and so any help would be greatly appreciated.