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#ActualShippou

Posted 19 August 2013 - 01:13 PM

 

 

 

My opinion ?

Eclipse doesn't force you to use Micro$oft exclusive libraries when compiling  ... Visual Studio forces you to include include "Redistributable" along with your compiled work.

That's language dependent isn't it?

 

Visual ... C , C++, C#, F#,  Basic .... all compile using MS libraries. ( I use QT for C++ to avoid this problem)

 

C#, F#, VB and many others all run on the same platform, its actually pretty awesome. MS Libraries are not a "problem", they actually have a much better standard to Java libraries, I've seen null parameters for a constructor expected in Java libs, had me going around in circles.

 

Say that when trying to adapt your program for a Mac or Linux platform.

 Don't get me started on the workarounds that kill the program's performance .

 

 BTW under the fine print, Micro$oft does ** NOT ** allow you to resell closed source Visual Studio programs without a license.


#1Shippou

Posted 19 August 2013 - 01:12 PM

 

 

 

My opinion ?

Eclipse doesn't force you to use Micro$oft exclusive libraries when compiling  ... Visual Studio forces you to include include "Redistributable" along with your compiled work.

That's language dependent isn't it?

 

Visual ... C , C++, C#, F#,  Basic .... all compile using MS libraries. ( I use QT for C++ to avoid this problem)

 

C#, F#, VB and many others all run on the same platform, its actually pretty awesome. MS Libraries are not a "problem", they actually have a much better standard to Java libraries, I've seen null parameters for a constructor expected in Java libs, had me going around in circles.

 

Say that when trying to adapt your program for a Mac or Linux platform.

 Don't get me started on the workarounds that kill the program's performance .

 

 BTW under the fine print, Micro$oft does ** NOT ** allow you to resell closed source VB programs without a license.


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