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>(3) freecommandlinetools.exe [Borland Bcc55]
With MinGW you don't need package (3).
MinGW is a collection of tools and compilers(C,C++,Fortan...).
Also you need only package (1) or (2) to use with MinGW(If you would like to
use an IDE of cause).
If you use package (1) VIDE.
You need to download MinGW. I reccomended to download this following file.
The above file is a MinGW installer that MinGW Developers packed most necessory
tools for you.
Summary for this option.
- You need VIDE (as your IDE)
- MinGW (the above link) as C/C++ compilers.
You have to install them and config VIDE to know MinGW.
If you use (2) Dev-Cpp
As long as I know Dev-Cpp comes with 2 packages.
1. IDE only. If you choose this you still need the MinGW above.(and you need
to config Dev-cpp to know MinGW)
2. IDE + MinGW in one package if you download this you don't need anything else
to get start.
I'm not sure that the package that you have downloaded (devc4...0.exe) comes
with MinGW Compiler or not.
Please check with Dev-cpp website again.
I hope this help.
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