A new and improved fork of Bloodshed Dev-C++
- TDM-GCC 4.9.2 32/64bit
- Syntax highlighting
- Code completion
- Code insight
- Editable shortcuts
- GPROF profiling
- GDB debugging
- AStyle code formatting
- Devpak IDE extensions
- External tools
Warning! AVG free antivir detects Trojan Generic36.BZED. A simple *empty* win console app compiles to 128kbyte with trojan inside. Is there somewhere trojan-free dev-c++ install package?
virustotal.com/de/file/faad96bbcc51f115c9edd691785d1309e7663b67dcfcf7c11515c3d28c9c0f1f/analysis/ Zillya detects malware named Adware.MegaSearch.Win32.18250
the program will not open on my windows 8 laptop.
While we are grateful that the excellent Dev-C++ IDE has continued its existence throughout this project and it seems very promising; sadly this IDE is so full of bugs that it is UNUSABLE. Unfortunately this IDE is useless in production code and even for testing environments because you are unable to compile most of the time. You run into countless denial permissions when trying to rebuild or clean a project, often you have to compile a few times before the compiler actually works on compiling flawless code that compiles in other IDE's and in MinGW or gcc g++ (GNU/Linux). I would be glad to re-use this IDE (since it is light, well designed, and very flexible) if these compilation/rebuilding bugs were fixed. For the time being I recommend: Visual C++ Express, Code::Blocks, Eclipse CDT, or Netbeans.