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Re: [vox-tech] win32 compiler
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Re: [vox-tech] win32 compiler

thanks jon (and mark).  one question.  are GUI development libraries
available on microsoft?  in other words, can you compile GUI oriented
programs (and not just programs that live in a DOS box).

i know there's something called MFC which (i think) people have to pay
for, but i have no idea what it does.

sorry for being so lame, but i really know NOTHING about windows, other
than how to it set up to talk to samba.  :)


On Tue 21 Oct 03,  9:50 AM, Jonathan Stickel <jjstickel@myrealbox.com> said:
> Pete
> Are you aware of Bloodshed Dev-C++ 
> (http://www.bloodshed.net/devcpp.html)?  It appears to use a windows 
> port of GCC for the compiler.  It's all GUI oriented, which I know you 
> don't like, but when I tried with some simple programs it "just worked".
> I don't know anything about mxwindows, though.
> Jonathan
> p@dirac.org wrote:
> >i've played around with wxwindows, which is supposed to be one of the
> >most cross platform GUIs around.
> >
> >i've written some test programs on linux, and now i'd like to try to
> >compile them on windows (we have win98).
> >
> >there's lcc-win32, but AFAIKS, it's for C, not C++.  are there any free
> >C++ win32 compilers that will compile my wxwindows code?
> >
> >pete
> >
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