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What exactly happens is that if you use a osc_batch kit for CYGWIN/g++, the commands aida-config --incs aida-config --libs
are going to return infos at the "g++ and unix path syntax", which is not going to pass with CL.exe. The -I/.../... are not going to be understood by CL.exe and then the AIDA includes are not going to be found.
If you install the osc_batch kit for Windows_NET/CL, after having done "call [aida-]setup.bat" from a DOS prompt (then before going under CYGWIN), you will see that what is returned (from cygwin or from the DOS prompt) by : aida-config --incs aida-config --libs will be at the "CL and Windows syntax" and then you have a good chance to pass...
(Anyway you need the right kit to be able to link).