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What is TC++?? Is this the old Turbo C++? If so, then the compiler doesn't support OpenMP. OpenMP requires compiler support. You can find a list of compilers off the OpenMP ARB web page. Currently on the upper left hand side of the page there is box labeled "What's Here" and under it there is a header "OpenMP Compilers". This lists several sources of compilers - some free and some not. As for the IDE, pick what you like as long as you can pick which compiler you want to use from within the IDE.
Unfortunately Microsoft seems to only support OpenMP in their Professional Edition. I downloaded their Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition and turned on the compile flag, but ran into a link error saying that it could not open file 'VCOMP.lib'. This is the library needed for OpenMP support. Looking in the Microsoft forums, it seems as though others have been confused by this too. It seems like they need to document this a little better.
Hi... Can you please suggest me any compiler+ide i can use which can be used perfectly together for OpenMP ?? Also i have windows on my system..Is it necessary to install Linux..? As I am a student i cant afford to buy any expensive softwares hence would like if i can get some sort of trail/free software...?
from the menu "Project->Option->" then you have to look for a tab named like "Additional compiling options" (I can't tell you the exact name of the menu because I run the DEV-c++ in my mother tongue, not in english).
In the tab, you have to add the option flag for the omp (tipycally " -lgomp -fopenmp").