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This is a discussion on compiler within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; It is pretty nice but it doesn't have class browsing or auto-complete. Not that dev's works the best or anything...

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    It is pretty nice but it doesn't have class browsing or auto-complete. Not that dev's works the best or anything
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    I like MinGW Developer Studio from your second link Br5an, it works nice and very simple.

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    Blah, i have DevC++ and i find it to be ok, but i would
    never never trade my current IDE/Compiler for
    any other IDE/Compiler, except a new version of it.

    I love it and i dont experience any of the problems
    i have had with DevC++, and now to come to think
    of it i cant think of one problem ive had period with it.

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    i have went around and i foune devcpp is very good and its free but i like my new visual studeo .net thanx for the input

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    i have went around and i foune devcpp is very good and its free but i like my new visual studeo .net thanx for the input
    Those are the two I use too - good choices. I occasionally work a bit with Borland compilers, but it's rare.

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    Sorry for off topic question, but whats with dev-c++ and those pop up things, i would say tooltips but i dont think they are... the ones that say "sometimes headers get that do a".

    And dev-c++ has crashed on me before, and VS.net 2003 had a bug on my comp once, where it wouldnt compile a perfectly fine for loop when devc++ did... I am bad luck sometimes.

    But I'm happy with it, I like to use devc++ to make very quick programs for testing purposes, then when I want to make a big app I'll use VS.net or maybe the one I just downloaded it looks nice.

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