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How do I compile DirectX Programs without Visual C++

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Hi, i wondering which compilers I can use to compile DirectX. Im currently using dev-cpp with gcc compiler. Can I compile DirectX with this, and is there any resources relating to this. Thanks. [edited by - Razza2003 on August 6, 2003 10:27:01 PM]

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um... mingw is the windows port of gcc, so dev-c++ does sorta use gcc.

as for using directx with dev-c++ goto tools > check for updates: then grab the directx 9 package, start a windows project and goto project > project options > parameters: in compiler put in "-fvtable-thunks" and in linker add all the files starting with d3d in /dev-c++/lib/ next copy and paste the direct3d tutorials from msdn and compile. Next try to understand what the hell you just did cause it should work.

hope this helps

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