[SDL] OT : Kylix 3 will include C++ Builder for Linux...

Dominique Louis Dominique at SavageSoftware.com.au
Wed Jul 24 10:26:01 PDT 2002

K3 has not been released yet.

Which aspect of K1 & K2 did you find slow?

The K1 and K2 compilers still compiles faster that any C/C++ compiler I 
have ever used or seen used, but then that is to be expected as the 
languages are different in many ways.
The IDE is slow due to the fact that it use the Wine libraries. I 
suspect a native IDE will be released in the next few versions.

Also what stabliity issues have you had?

Actually it may be best to email me directly as all I meant to do by 
posting the announcement to to let others know about it, rather than 
start a "this compiler is better than that compiler" discussion.



Hongl Lai wrote:
> Dominique Louis wrote:
>> I don't know how many of you know this already, but today Borland 
>> announced  ( 
>> http://www.borland.com/news/press_releases/2002/07_23_02_Kylix3.html ) 
>> that Kylix 3 will ship with both C/C++ and Pascal compilers.
>> So with K3 and C++ Builder 6 you would be able to create Windows/Linux 
>> applications or in the case of SDL, games. I have heard that the C/C++ 
>> compiler is supposed to be very GCC compatible.
>> It will be available in three versions: Enterprise, Professional and 
>> the free Open Edition. The release date has not yet been revealed.
> Somebody *please* tell me that Kylix 3 is more stable and faster than 
> Kylix 1 and 2.
> Is Kylix 3 more stable and faster?
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