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#ActualEddieV223

Posted 08 November 2012 - 07:28 PM

I'd suggest that if you're having problems with VS then you're probably guilty of making it complicated for yourself, e.g. by coming into it with assumptions that you'll have to download lots of SDKs and libs, pop them into specific directories, set up paths, etc. None of that is actually necessary with VS - installing is quite literally "Next/Next/Finish" (especially with the Express editions), then you're in File | New | Project, pick your type, add a file, compile, run.

++this. vs is very easy. So is QT Creator, when you install the sdk, it even comes with mingw, which defaults to the selected compiler. Just click ok and start coding.

#1EddieV223

Posted 07 November 2012 - 09:11 PM

I'd suggest that if you're having problems with VS then you're probably guilty of making it complicated for yourself, e.g. by coming into it with assumptions that you'll have to download lots of SDKs and libs, pop them into specific directories, set up paths, etc. None of that is actually necessary with VS - installing is quite literally "Next/Next/Finish" (especially with the Express editions), then you're in File | New | Project, pick your type, add a file, compile, run.

++this. vs is very easy. So is QT Creator, when you install the sdk, it even comes with mimgw, which defaults to the selected compiler. Just click ok and start coding.

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