Well Dev C++ is an IDE that uses the wingW variant of Gnu C++ for the windows platform. I suggest NOT using Dev C++ and use Eclipse instead. However neither is an easy road. Eclipse does have a significantly larger base support (IE cross platform from professional support from IBM to millions of people like me who use it under linux and windows). It's not FAST it can be anoying but it's highly updateable and extensible. You might need to try getting the GTK stuff for it as well, although it's been a few weeks since I toyed with it.Low Lines said:just be careful not to get ahead of yourself be wary of saying things such as (it will hopefully do such and such) because some people may be mislead into thinking it's fact rather than intensions.
hmm and i may not know very much about programming (yet) but it may be little fiddly using Dev C++, but cos that's free I suppose there's not much else
I wish you the best of luck, and hope you be careful with what you say in places such as forums regarding your project. (There are some really stupid people out there you know )
Umm yeah... how about you have any clue what he was talking about?Low Lines said:K now that is just scary
hmm yes, Cyberman seems to know what he is on about :bouncy:
Well people like to snarf stuff and post it up various places. It's called unwanted distribution. This happens a lot unfortunately.NintenDS said:Sure. EmuTalk is only getting this emulator.