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Hello. I have been devoloping in C++/SDL/OpenGL using MSVC++ and I recently just started developing on linux, but I dont know which compiler I should use for C++/SDL/OpenGL. Any Suggestions?

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use the GNU compiler (gcc) at least i _think_ it''s the GNU compiler, it''s definitely gcc from the command line. make sure you have at least version , er i think it was, 3.2.x or higher. the earlier versions of the compiler are supposed to suck ass.

-me

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hi, im using C++/SDL/opgl in linux, i use gcc,

i made my self a shell script to compile all my code for me (to lazy to make a makefile ;p )
i just modded one of the scripts that can with the SDL samples.

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This is must (atleast) try: http://www.borland.com/products/downloads/download_cbuilderx.html

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quote:
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This is must (atleast) try: http://www.borland.com/products/downloads/download_cbuilderx.html


since when did that work with linux?





--{You fight like a dairy farmer!}

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quote:
Original post by Greatwolf
since when did that work with linux?


IIRC, that would be September 15, 2003 -- earlier than that if you count alpha and beta versions.

C++ BuilderX runs on Linux, Windows and Solaris.

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