From: Muhammad Ali Dildar (muhammadalidildar_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-10-09 14:53:50
You'll find MPI library in Program Files or Program Files(x86) >
MPI.NET > Lib > MPI.dll
Follow the above path to add reference to MPI.
I'll recommend you to start MPI programming from Console Applications.
Don't just jump to form apps. First have some experience under console
apps because handling MPI in form apps is a little tricky.
On 9/28/13, Sophia Sosinskaya <sosinskaya_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Hello! I try to work with MPI in C# from Visual Studio 2010. I installed
> Microsoft Compute Cluster Pack SDK
> Then I try to create Project MPIHello but I can not see Refererence to
> Message Passing Interface. What I must to do& ?
> Sincierly yours Sophia
-- Regards, Muhammad Ali Dildar