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    Default c++ development with wxDev?

    Just wondering if anyone here has used wxDev? To me it seems to be full of bugs and crap but I like the fact the finished program is like 5mb not 1mb with 500mb of DLLs. I used to use c++ builder but their compiler is buggy as crap and after spending $2500 on an environment they told me it's going EOL. VC++ is a nightmare of them trying to ram .net down my throat!!!

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    So you're looking for a compiler, framework, or environment?

    Why don't you just use something that everyone else uses like Borland?


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    Looking for all of the above. As I understand C++ builder is being discontinued. I've done a lot of development with it - I always liked the fact you could get a program done and running in an afternoon and the completed code is... reasonably sized. I don't do C# or .net or VB and I don't really like Delphi because it's hard to port. In other words C/C++.

    -Michael

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    Try Bloodshed Dev-C+
    http://www.bloodshed.net/devcpp.html

    I've used that for hardware interfaces, and it's pretty intuitive if you've programmed before.

    And it's freeware.

    You can also pick up Borland C++ 5.5 for free: http://edn.embarcadero.com/article/20633

    As for wxDev, I've never heard of it.

    I'd like to thank God for making me an Atheist.

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    Your suppose to be the computer genious. Why ask a question you know the answer to?

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    linux+vim (or gvim) is all you could ever really need

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    I'm not a really strong windows applications developer that's why I ask. If you want to know about assembly programming that's right up my alley but windows applications programming... not so much.

    Gamz, wxdev-c++ is the bloodshed tool and that's what I've been playing with.

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    I'd go with Borland... sounds like the right choice for you.


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    Compiled code is gay anyways.

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