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#ActualBacterius

Posted 23 November 2012 - 05:22 AM

There is no "codeblocks compiler", did you mean gcc? If so, it does not exist as such under Windows, but you can use MinGW which is a POSIX wrapper to run gcc on windows. Then you just indicate the correct bin, lib, include folders in your VS12 settings and you are good to go. Be wary that debugging may not work, and you may also have problems if you try to use a 64-bit compiler with a 32-bit IDE (or even with a 64-bit IDE for that matter). I agree with Radikalizm and unless there is a strong reason you need to change compilers, don't do it.

#1Bacterius

Posted 23 November 2012 - 05:21 AM

There is no "codeblocks compiler", did you mean gcc? If so, it does not exist as such under Windows, but you can use MinGW which is a POSIX wrapper to run gcc on windows. Then you just indicate the correct bin, lib, include folders in your VS12 settings and you are good to go.

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