To get the Intel compiler (up to version 10.1.011, and maybe later) to run
with MCSTL, you have to work around some particularities.
The GCC 4.2 needs to be installed, and the Intel compiler must be convinced to
use the libstdc++ of that version.
This can be achieved with the options -gcc-version=420
and -cxxlib=[path to compiler executable].
You need to include intel_compatibility.h
before any STL include file, in each of your .cpp files.
This to make the Intel compiler compatible with the libstdc++ that comes with
GCC 4.2, and is not MCSTL-specific.