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#Actualtheo2005

Posted 30 June 2012 - 03:02 AM

I remember having problems with Code::blocks as well with allegro, but that just may be my memory.
When I worked with allegro, I used Dev-C++. There's another post here in the forum, I'll just quote what another member said:

in Dev-C++ go to the Tools menu and click Check for updates/Packages. Select a devpak server from the drop down menu and click Check for updates. You'll see a list of packages that you can download, find Allegro and check it and download it.


So that's quite easy.

Then again..


You shouldn't use Dev-C++. It's very old, extremely buggy, and will hinder the process of learning to program.


#1theo2005

Posted 30 June 2012 - 02:52 AM

I remember having problems with Code::blocks as well with allegro, but that just may be my memory.
When I worked with allegro, I used Dev-C++. There's another post here in the forum, I'll just quote what another member said:

in Dev-C++ go to the Tools menu and click Check for updates/Packages. Select a devpak server from the drop down menu and click Check for updates. You'll see a list of packages that you can download, find Allegro and check it and download it.


So that's quite easy.

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