@ Supra ,Supra said:You can try in Borland C/Visual Studio. Both of them should work fine!
LT ,linuxtechie said:Antivirus in TC, what would it do? Hide in the ram? Long long long time back I had written a TSR to log keystrokes, that was fun then, realized how M$ screwed up people in the name of selling software.
Hi ,hammerhead said:If you are looking for free compiler on Windows then Dev cpp is the only one I am aware of. Check the link I posted on the other thread for its download.
Hi ,sTALKEr said:eclipse nd netbeans are for java...
dev cpp works with xp. its uses MingW.. which is nothing but a windows port of gcc.
imo dev cpp is the best you can do..
also consider visual studio express edition. its free
Hi ,hammerhead said:
Yaar ,random2 said:If you dont want any headaches, VC express is a very good option. Only problem with it is, if you build GUI using it, your clients/target machines should have .NET installed. You dont get the win32 mfc stuff for GUI / other API work (i.e directly ).
If you want just the compiler and are willing to put in some more effort initially, Dev c++ is a good option.
You can also try wxdevcpp. I have put the link in another thread in this section.
Hi ,random2 said:you dont have to use those libraries if you dont want them. Just add your code developed using turbo c into a project and compile. Once that part is done, you can think about the rest.
Hi DS Am Not Into Linux No Plan To ,Hence i will like to stick to Windows environment Only .I Have Downloaded and installed Bloodshed Dev-C++ But i Was Wondering Are They Updating it ever ,The Last Beta Update Was in Feb 2005 ,I Just Cannot Understand How Can a Update To 5.0 Take So Long .Dark Star said:How about Bloodshed Software - Providing Free Software to the internet community ! Btw C++ compilers are available in abundance in Linux
Thats True that Even Turbo C Was a Non Ansi C Compliant Compiler,But it Could Be Made To Work Strictly To Ansi C .Also Turbo C Had a Lot Of Borland specific Code "It Has To What Good Is a ansi C Compiler Anyways " .And You Misjudged My Antivirus query i want to port my old antivirus that i wrote to a new compiler thats runs in windows .So clamav is out of the question .praka123 said:@amarbir: turbo C was a old non-standard compiler.even vc or borland from other companies too are.
ANSI or ISO C/C++ standards are correctly followed by gcc based compilers.
for eg: Anjuta is a nice compiler ,but available for *nix only.
also ,search for clamav which is a OSS AV for use in Linux systems(servers) to check windows viruses in order to save end user(windows client).you may get some ideas
Anjuta is not a compiler, its just an IDE. But a good one. gcc or g++ are the real compilers.