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Arek the Absolute

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Personally I do most of my programming in Visual C++ 6.0, but I''m also acquainted with Dev-C++ and that''s what I tell most of my friends to use. However, one friend of mine has a different problem... Does anyone know where I can find a free or otherwise cheap C++ IDE for a Mac? I know about gcc and command line compilers, but an IDE would be much easier to use. From what I''ve seen, Dev-C++ is windows only, as is Borland''s C++Builder. I''ve seen Metrowerk''s CodeWarrior stuff, but it''s a bit on, shall I say, the pricey side of things. So when it comes to C++ programming on the Mac, are you really stuck with shelling out hundreds of dollars? Cripes, I got my copy of VC++ 6.0 standard for less than $100. Maybe I just don''t know where to look, because I admit I''ve never really used macs. Any advice? -Arek the Absolute

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Not free, but http://www.metrowerks.com/MW/Develop/Desktop/Macintosh/Professional/Default.htm

Sorry, I can''t seem to find any Mac C++ IDEs in my Bookmarks.




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