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The Borland C++ Command Line Tools
Posted by Sky36 [send private reply] at October 18, 2001, 04:47:06 PM Ok heres the jest of it. I want to know if its possible to compile windows applications using the The Free Borland Command Line tools. If you know any thing say so please Im getting tired of writing dos apps in class. Thanks.
Posted by Sky36 [send private reply] at October 18, 2001, 05:12:57 PM I dont see why I post anything on here I always end up finding the answer before someone responds oh well thanks anyway.
Posted by Psion [send private reply] at October 18, 2001, 05:29:02 PM I was sending you brain waves.
Posted by BEDGE [send private reply] at October 20, 2001, 03:02:05 AM Why dont you download Borland C++ builder instead of messing around with all that ancient dos stuff
Posted by gian [send private reply] at October 20, 2001, 04:20:03 AM From where BEDGE? It costs money.... something most of us have little of....
Posted by sphinX [send private reply] at October 21, 2001, 10:00:36 PM Borland's compiler and associated utils are available free as command line tools (ie no IDE) from the borland website, that is, the inprise website, www.inprise.com
Posted by gian [send private reply] at October 22, 2001, 02:35:53 AM Yes, but he was referring to the Borland IDE ie. Borland C++ Builder.
Posted by Sky36 [send private reply] at October 24, 2001, 05:37:37 PM Well you see I usually use Microsoft VC++ for all my programming needs(most of them anyway) but at school they dont have MVC++ so I am forced to use the command line tools.
Posted by PredeX [send private reply] at November 06, 2001, 02:32:42 AM Well i dont want to encourage you to start any illegal actions but as far as i know you can download Borland C++ Builder for a 60 day trial, and im pretty sure you'll find a [ Fully legal version on a shop shelf -gian ] for it.....somewhere on the net....i mean if you really need this BCB....just a hint nothing else
Posted by AngelOD [send private reply] at November 06, 2001, 07:36:04 PM Behold Gian's mighty admin powers! :D
But seriously, yeah.. This is not the place to encourage, suggest or even hint anything related to warez (unless ofcourse it's anti-warez). We're all programmers here (I assume), and I can't see how a programmer can't be opposed to illegal software, atleast not if the person is serious about his/her career.
Just my two cents worth. :o)
Posted by gian [send private reply] at November 06, 2001, 10:31:22 PM Yes.... join the open source movement. You can find almost anything closed source has an open source equivalent, because at some stage or another, someone else has had a need.
Posted by Setherd123 [send private reply] at November 12, 2001, 07:25:04 PM Oh so true! I love you gian!
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