Another free IDE for windows

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    Another free IDE for windows

    Has anyone tried this out?

    http://visual-mingw.sourceforge.net/

    It looks a little more plain than even Dev-C++, but some may find it preferable.
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    I think think DevC++ looks better.

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    I think you should program in Linux instead of Windows.... KDevelop is sweet.

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    Emacs... *shudder*
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    I think dev C++ is a rather heavy program... i don't know why i think that, but i'd like to have a nice lightweight IDE instead of something heavy.

    I'll try this out and report back on it.

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    I've never really used emacs...

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