[SDL] Inexpensive development tools.
weigole at gmx.de
Sun Oct 14 22:47:05 PDT 2007
I want to throw in another IDE:
It's very feature rich and like any Java-Application it's portable. I've
been using it for years now and the current version gained a lot of
features and speed. You have to provide a compiler and usually you're
doing best using a gcc-based compiler. With eclipse you can get
integrated SVN functionality (Subclipse) and i haven't seen anything
comparable when it comes to debugging of multithreaded applications.
(And of course, its free)
Charles McGarvey wrote:
> Speaking of VC++ 6.0, and I hope this isn't too far off-topic:
> We're looking for inexpensive development tools for Windows. We have
> Linux and Mac OS X background, so we love and use Makefiles, gcc, and
> Xcode which are good because they're free and we know how to use
> them. Plus we don't have a lot of cash to throw around. We use C++
> with SDL. Can anyone suggest something for Windows?
> We've tried Dev-C++ which seems okay but a little buggy and now
> seemingly not developed. We also already have VC++ 6.0 which we
> received a long time ago for something, but we've never used it.
> Seeing as how both of these packages are dated, can/should we write
> modern (Vista) release-quality apps using one of these? Are there
> other solutions we should look into?
> I suppose VC++ 6.0 still works because the other poster apparently
> still uses it, so I'm just verifying if it is indeed a reasonable
> solution for modern SDL development. Forgive my ignorance of Windows
> Thanks in advance,
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