Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by D1G1T4L, Jan 25, 2003.
topic says it all
been using that one last couple years.. I think it supports C & C++
Just sold my free copy for $350 on ebay.
Now I go to buy a digicam.
1) not free
2) have it, too bloated, dont really like it
How do you figure it's bloated?
because i used it...... it has a lot of features i dont need and takes a lot of memory, i just need something fast to compile my program
GNU, notepad, and the world in your hand.
Is there any sort of compiler built into DOS? That would be very fast if all you need is a compiler.
DOS used to come with GW-BASIC way back in the day... Then it had QBasic for a while too. Fun stuff. But as far as actually useful things, no. There are command line compilers for most languages/dev packages though... Including msvc++.
Isn't Borland C++ compiler free? Not the IDE one, just command line...
yea but you have to go through a nasty registration process
It's not really so bad and well worth it. Their products rock.
Yea, I've done that registration process two or three times... It's long.