I want to know if c++ PGI can be integrated into Visual Studio like Fortran. So I can write code in vs and directly compiled.
Unfortunately, no, PGI’s C++ compiler isn’t integrated into in VS.
I should note as well that we’ve deprecated support for C++ on Windows and will no long ship a C++ Windows compiler in future releases.
Thank you very much,Mat
I am a fresh man to use PGI c++,so I don’t understand how to use it .Where to edit my codes,and how to compile it ,debug it .because I can finish thse works in VS if I use PGI Fortran.
For PGI’s C/C++ compiler, you could use a normal text editor or the Linux-like command line tools available in the Cygwin environment we ship.
If you want to keep your project in VS, you can link PGI Fortran with Microsoft C/C++ built libraries. We do have a few “inter-language” example projects which can help show how to do this. Also, Chapter 15 of the PVF Users Guide (http://www.pgroup.com/doc/pvfug.pdf) discusses inter-language calling.