Download Visual C Redist Installer Zip VERIFIED
When you create certain apps or programs using Visual C++, the redistributable packages are installed automatically. Some developers pre-package the runtime libraries inside their software setups. Alternatively, you can download them manually. I am providing you with the links to download the redistributable packages below.
Download Visual C Redist Installer zip
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The redistributable packages are for the end users who use applications are built with Intel Compilers. Please note that there is one redistributable package for every compiler update. Make sure you download and install the one recommended by the application vendor.
If you are concerned that PATH may get truncated, you can prevent the redistributable installer from modifying PATH, but then it is your responsibility to make sure that the proper folders are named in PATH when programs built using the Intel compilers are executed.
NCo 3.1 supports .NET framework versions 4.6.2 up to 4.8.1 as runtime. It requires the Microsoft C++ Runtime DLLs version 14.x (this version is contained in Visual C++ Redistributable package for Visual Studio 2015, 2017, 2019, and 2022). You can get the installer from the Microsoft download page.
The .NET 4.0 variant of NCo 3.0 requires the Microsoft C++ Runtime DLLs version 10.x (this version is contained in Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributables). You can get the installer from the Microsoft download page.
Note: The release you are looking at is Python 3.7.0, the initial feature release for the legacy 3.7 series which is now in the security fix phase of its life cycle. See the downloads page for currently supported versions of Python and for the most recent source-only security fix release for 3.7. The final bugfix release with binary installers for 3.7 was 3.7.9.
Thank you for replying, Varaprasad. When I run the VC++ redist installer manually, it does not prompt me to reboot. In previous installers I built with InstallShield, I included earlier versions of the VC++ redist and other redistributables as prerequisites. They did not crash, but allowed the InstallShield installer to finish, and I added an InstallShield dialog at the end to prompt the user to reboot. This seemed to correct some runtime issues we experienced. I can certainly do the same thing here - prompt for the user to reboot at the end of installation, but currently, the VC++ redist installer breaks out of the InstallShield installer altogether and crashes it before our application is installed.
I'd rather Microsoft accept responsibility for the problem and fix it, or have InstallShield make some change to accommodate whatever unexpected return value the VC++ 2019 redist installer is sending. I was dismayed that Microsoft closed the issue, and I don't know how I can get the attention of InstallShield developers to see if they can provide a fix on the IS side.
Use the MATLAB function compiler.runtime.download to download the MATLAB Runtime installer matching the version and update level of MATLAB from where the command is executed. If the installer has already been downloaded to the machine, it returns the path to the MATLAB Runtime installer. If the machine is offline, it returns a URL to the MATLAB Runtime installer. This option is best for developers who want to create application installers that contain MATLAB Runtime.
The installation process is the same as the normal installation process of any other Windows software. First, download your required package of Visual C++ Redistributable and then find the downloaded installer file and double click on it to begin the installation process. And then follow the steps on the installation window and complete the installation process.
You can make your application not requiring this library by setting your project options in Configuration Properties > C/C++ > Code Generation > Runtime Library to "Multi-threaded [Debug]" without the "DLL" part, which makes it statically linked. Alternatively, you can distribute these DLL files (although I'm not sure if this is legal) or the whole library installer together with your application. The library is small and free, available to download from Microsoft website: 041b061a72