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  • DevC++

    9 19.57%
  • Borland

    7 15.22%
  • Microsoft

    20 43.48%
  • DJGPP

    2 4.35%
  • gcc

    6 13.04%
  • Other

    2 4.35%

What Compiler do you use?

This is a discussion on What Compiler do you use? within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; gcc has been ported over to windows, twice and there are quite a few different editors floating around for them....

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    gcc has been ported over to windows, twice and there are quite a few different editors floating around for them.

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    wow... i didn't know gcc had been ported to windows... my bad...

    and as a comment to Brian... SUCK IT

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    i didn't know gcc had been ported to windows
    Both mingw and cygwin. Possibly others?
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    "and as a comment to Brian... SUCK IT"

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    >borland 5.5 with Vide the ide was made in java for c++ the irony amuses me...I have no life....

    Yeah, and if I remember correctly, the Dev C++ (ver 4) IDE was done in Delphi. However, if it's an IDE contest then I think MSVC wins hands down and that was written in MFC (at least 6.0 was).

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    Originally posted by ober5861

    and as a comment to Brian... SUCK IT
    Compilers are really just invisible data stored as voltages in blocks of memory, sucking it would merely give me a small electric shock.

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    Originally posted by Sorensen
    >borland 5.5 with Vide the ide was made in java for c++ the irony amuses me...I have no life....

    Yeah, and if I remember correctly, the Dev C++ (ver 4) IDE was done in Delphi. However, if it's an IDE contest then I think MSVC wins hands down and that was written in MFC (at least 6.0 was).
    A guy from Bloodshed came over here a while back to ask if anyone wanted to contribute towards DevC++5.....he said that Delphi was being involved.....did anyone take him up on it?.......I would have loved to do it....but my delphi skills are very basic and pascal syntax seems alien after C/C++

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    I use:

    Visual C++ 6 for DirectX, OpenGL, and SDL programs.

    Borland C++ 5.02 for DOS and Windows programs.

    Borland C++ Builder for Windows programs.
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    I use Microsoft Visual C++ 6 most of the time, but I started using DJGPP, too.

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    Wow, what an informative post! I didn't even know there were compilers other than gcc/cc ;)
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    That´s finally a really informative poll.
    Good idea!

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    anybody use lcc-win32 the most? anybody? eh, I'm alone...
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    Hmmm...

    someone make me a list of all the compilers there are(or at least the good a popular ones) and I will replace this poll with one with more options.
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    Hmmm...

    WOW! my post beat the one on those twins!
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