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Which compiler or IDE do most of you use.


My primary IDE is MS Visual Studio .NET 2003 but I also use Mono-Develop for C# script development. I've also been evaluating Code::Block lately and I may start using it more for scripting stuff.

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Dev-CPP beta

the debugger doesnt work, but everything else is great

Is Borland C++ any good? i may look into using it, but i want to know how it compares to Dev-CPP, and dont suggest MSVC or MSVC.NET, i have em both, and dont like their way of doing things...

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I so wanted to try Eclipse but could never get it to work. :'(


You probably have less than 2GB of ram.

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Seems funny but i'm lost in the humor...


Ehh, he thinks Eclipse is inefficient due to it's use of Java. javaw.exe + eclipse.exe = ~50MB Mem Usage at the moment, so I call "bull****". In comparison, iTunes is using 42MB, Steam 39MB, and Firefox 72MB, on my computer at the moment.

So, I call bull :). Had no problems since I started running it back when I had 512MB RAM.

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MaulingMonkey are you implying that you now have 2gigs of ram so that you can run iTunes + Steam + Firefox + Java.javaw.exe + eclipse.exe all at the same time O_o j/k. BTW i was using MS VS 2005B but my subscription is over and so is my beta :'( Thinking about going to EB and see how those are ;-). Hope they dont run out.

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So, I call bull :). Had no problems since I started running it back when I had 512MB RAM.

Eclipse also works well for me on my computer with 512 MB of RAM.

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Seems funny but i'm lost in the humor...


Ehh, he thinks Eclipse is inefficient due to it's use of Java. javaw.exe + eclipse.exe = ~50MB Mem Usage at the moment, so I call "bull****". In comparison, iTunes is using 42MB, Steam 39MB, and Firefox 72MB, on my computer at the moment.

So, I call bull :). Had no problems since I started running it back when I had 512MB RAM.


STFU newbie. It's an exageration, but Eclipse truly does chug relative NetBeans, et al. For mine, the payoff isn't there.

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STFU newbie. It's an exageration,


To call it an exageration is a understatement. Also... compare joined dates ;-).

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but Eclipse truly does chug relative NetBeans


A penny really is worth a lot compared to one millionth of a penny.

That dosn't mean I'll work for 1¢/hour...

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lol, I have 256 megs of RAM on my computer at home and Eclipse runs fine.

At work: Eclipse for Java; Visual Studio for C++ (and C# and VB if I ever have to use them); notepad/vi for scripting

At home: Eclipse for Java; Dev-C++ with MinGW for C/C++; notepad for Perl

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STFU newbie.
Get a life: it's the f*cking internet!

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lol, I have 256 megs of RAM on my computer at home and Eclipse runs fine.

At work: Eclipse for Java; Visual Studio for C++ (and C# and VB if I ever have to use them); notepad/vi for scripting

At home: Eclipse for Java; Dev-C++ with MinGW for C/C++; notepad for Perl

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STFU newbie.
Get a life: it's the f*cking internet!


I bet you're from the South Island.

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I bet you're from the South Island.


New Zealand?!?

That's what google came up with when I hit "I'm feeling lucky"...

I have the feeling I'm missing out on something here.


Yes you are, newbie, so STFU. ;)

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