Dev-C++ is an full-featured Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for Win32. It uses GCC, Mingw or Cygwin as compiler and libraries set.

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  • VIRUS ALERT!! Trojan:Win32/Pellate.C!cl detected by Windows Defender

  • I would suggest everybody to try Zinjai (you can find it in sourceforge) devc++ is not maintained anymore (since 2012!)

  • good, but not good, get orwell dev-c++ update

  • Maybe 6-7 years ago I would have said "Hey, this is an up-to-date and features-rich IDE." But this project is dead. Though wxDev-C++ has been added as a separate project to make Dev-C++ capable of GUI-design, it still doesn't mean you should use it. Dev-C++ is a project that hasn't seen an update since 2005. I can't say that it's not a useful IDE. The main problem (despite all those known and unfixed bugs) is the huge amount of missing features that modern IDEs provide to make the work of a programmer easier and more delightful. For those of you, who say "Wait a minute! Dev-C++ works just fine!", I'd answer - it depends and considering that it covers the bare minimum, it's much better to use an advanced text editor like Notepad++ in combination with gcc (MinGW or Cygwin for Windows) instead, if you don't want cool modern features. Not to mention there is Geany, Code::Blocks, NetBeans etc.

  • very buggy (look at tracker - 358 known bugs)

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Intended Audience

Developers, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows), X Window System (X11)

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