Summary: Dynamic Linking
applications, especially desktop applications, call Intel IPP via dynamic
linking. This is the recommended way of calling Intel IPP functions.
To dynamically link Intel
- include ipp.h, which will
include the include files of all IPP domains.
- Use the non-decorated IPP function names (for example,
the function ippsCopy_8u()) in the application
- Link corresponding domain import libraries, as well
as import library ippcore.lib. For example,
if you need to call the function ippsCopy_8u,
ipps20.lib and ippcore.lib
should be used. Alternatively, you can use the static version of ippcore instead of the dynamic version.
- At run time, the libraries library ipps20.dll
and ippcore.dll should be in the executable