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    C Compilers

    Anybody using free c/c+ compilers?

    I downloaded Visual Studio but it is way too complicated. I'm looking for something like the old Turbo C++ simple development environment.

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    gcc is the excellent compiler I'm familiar with. I don't use any development environment except 'vi', 'make' etc.

    I think there's a version of gcc for Windows, though I run it under cygwin.

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    VI, a blast from the past.

    Rest in peace Digital Equipment Corporation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve_bank View Post
    VI, a blast from the past.

    Rest in peace Digital Equipment Corporation.
    Vi, and Vim, really, are very much still in active use. So is emacs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J842P View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by steve_bank View Post
    VI, a blast from the past.

    Rest in peace Digital Equipment Corporation.
    Vi, and Vim, really, are very much still in active use. So is emacs.
    For IDE?

    I use kdevelop, works fine for C++/python.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J842P View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by steve_bank View Post
    VI, a blast from the past.

    Rest in peace Digital Equipment Corporation.
    Vi, and Vim, really, are very much still in active use. So is emacs.
    I always associated it with Unix. Learn something new every day....

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    Quote Originally Posted by J842P View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by steve_bank View Post
    VI, a blast from the past.

    Rest in peace Digital Equipment Corporation.
    Vi, and Vim, really, are very much still in active use. So is emacs.
    And I wish they were not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve_bank View Post
    VI, a blast from the past.

    Rest in peace Digital Equipment Corporation.
    Digital Equipment Corporation has nothing to do with this abomination of an editor.
    Last edited by barbos; 04-03-2021 at 01:55 PM.

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    (For the record, I use nano.)

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    Nano for programming? OP question is really about IDE, not compilers or editors separately.

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