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#Actualjbadams

Posted 04 May 2013 - 08:20 AM

1. My IDE codeblock & Dev-C++ does NOT allow my created program to be release as closed-source.

If I'm not mistaken this is wrong -- you can produce commercial closed source software with either of those development environments, although there are other very good reasons you shouldn't use Dev-C++ (unless you're using an updated version).  If you're happy with Code::Blocks feel free to continue using it, or if you want alternatives you could consider Visual Studio or QtCreator.


#1jbadams

Posted 04 May 2013 - 08:18 AM

1. My IDE codeblock & Dev-C++ does NOT allow my created program to be release as closed-source.

This is wrong -- you can produce commercial closed source software with either of those development environments, although there are other very good reasons you shouldn't use Dev-C++ (unless you're using an updated version).  If you're happy with Code::Blocks feel free to continue using it, or if you want alternatives you could consider Visual Studio or QtCreator.


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