#1 2 requestes

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2004-12-27
2004-12-27
No

two things

the first is can you distribute precompiled librarys with
source? i have ben up all night trying to get this thing to
compile.

the second is could you suport the borland(?) free cpp
compiler? Getting the cigwin port of g++ to install is a
beast of a chore espeseley if you dont remember shell.

Thank you
WEC

Discussion

  • John Torjo

    John Torjo - 2005-01-10

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    I would like to redistribute the precompiled library,
    however, it's way too big (and there are a few compilers I
    need to precompile for)

    Second, please post a link to the borland free compiler. As
    I know, they're pretty ancient with template support -
    hopefully this is not so anymore.

    Indeed, g++ is a pain in the behind - when setting up.
    Thus, I recommend you go to:
    http://www.bloodshed.net, and download Dev-c++ there. It
    comes pre-bundled with gcc 3.3. All you need to do is
    install it.

    Best,
    John

     
  • Malte Starostik

    Malte Starostik - 2005-03-20

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    I agree that cygwin can be a PITA to install. There is a
    great alternative though: The Dev-C++ IDE
    (http://bloodshed.net/dev/devcpp.html) includes mingw. It's
    also gcc-based, but uses a native Windows C library and thus
    doesn't require any runtime libraries like cygwin does.
    Plus with Dev-C++ you will rarely have to use the shell
    yourself :-)

     
  • William Cullen

    William Cullen - 2006-08-09

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    can we close this

     

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