[Coco] OT: Bloodshed C++ IDE for Windows - ANSI compatibility?
jimcox at miba51.com
Mon Oct 3 22:31:09 EDT 2005
On Mon, 3 Oct 2005 20:17:26 -0500
Mannequin* <mannslists at invigorated.org> wrote:
> On Mon, 03 Oct 2005 08:33:04 -0600
> Michael Harwood <michael at musicheadproductions.org>
>> I use bloodshed on Windows when coding for work. From
>>their site "It
>> uses Mingw port of GCC (GNU Compiler Collection) as it's
>> ++ can also be used in combination with Cygwin or any
>>other GCC based
>> Someone else may know more about this, but I believe you
>>can code 100%
>> ANSI compatible code using GCC. If not perhaps there is
>> compatible command line compiler you could use in it's
>> Hope this helps.
> Yes, gcc is ANSI compatible... If not, then some of my
>code isn't what I think
> it is. :)
> I've used Dev C++ a little, as I've told Jim before, and
>it is as ANSI
> compatible as gcc (Mingw) is. (I prefer to use the real
>thing, though. gcc on a
> Linux system. ;) )
> /me closes the can of worms.
I'm trying to remember those switches use told me to use
with gcc, but cannot remember. I'll check the gcc site to
refresh my bubble memory.
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