RSXNTDJ...

I noticed that Xotor mentioned something about RSXNTDJ. I got an impression that it'll "enable" windows programming with DJGPP...

Did I understand right? And where I could get that file (I haven't searched it yet, I'll start when I have posted this message)


-Sepi


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  • : I noticed that Xotor mentioned something about RSXNTDJ. I got an impression that it'll "enable" windows programming with DJGPP...

    : Did I understand right? And where I could get that file (I haven't searched it yet, I'll start when I have posted this message)


    RSXNTDJ doesn't enable it, it just contains all the libraries, an IDE, a linker, and other such things that work on top of DJGPP to produce Win32/16 programs. I personally don't use it, though I have downloaded it. You may try LCC too. I've heard that it is comparable or better than VC++. Link: http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~lcc-win32/


    -Xotor-




  • : RSXNTDJ doesn't enable it, it just contains all the libraries, an IDE, a linker, and other such things that work on top of DJGPP to produce Win32/16 programs. I personally don't use it, though I have downloaded it. You may try LCC too. I've heard that it is comparable or better than VC++. Link: http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~lcc-win32/


    I have used LCC, compiler is good but it's IDE doesn't suit for me... So if I could do my editing with RHIDE, I'd be very happy.

    Biggest problem with LCC:s ide is lack of help files, there is no help about any function. (Eg. who does remember what arguments strtol() function needs) So I must keep RHIDE running on the backround...


    Btw. I found RSXNTDJ from net.


    -Sepi


  • : : RSXNTDJ doesn't enable it, it just contains all the libraries, an IDE, a linker, and other such things that work on top of DJGPP to produce Win32/16 programs. I personally don't use it, though I have downloaded it. You may try LCC too. I've heard that it is comparable or better than VC++. Link: http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~lcc-win32/


    : I have used LCC, compiler is good but it's IDE doesn't suit for me... So if I could do my editing with RHIDE, I'd be very happy.

    : Biggest problem with LCC:s ide is lack of help files, there is no help about any function. (Eg. who does remember what arguments strtol() function needs) So I must keep RHIDE running on the backround...


    : Btw. I found RSXNTDJ from net.


    : -Sepi


    I'm not really sure if RSXNTDJ has help files either. I didn't mind LCC's IDE, but yeah, the help files would've been "helpful". I'd suggest just getting a cheap copy of VC++ 5.0 or 6.0, it's only like $50..


    -Xotor-


  • : I'm not really sure if RSXNTDJ has help files either. I didn't mind LCC's IDE, but yeah, the help files would've been "helpful". I'd suggest just getting a cheap copy of VC++ 5.0 or 6.0, it's only like $50..


    ..wich is lot of money for a student (whose tax precent is 20%).

    But, where I could get so "cheap" VC++? Cheapest which I have seen was about 1000$ - Haven't looked on any catalog for a while.


    -Sepi




  • : : I'm not really sure if RSXNTDJ has help files either. I didn't mind LCC's IDE, but yeah, the help files would've been "helpful". I'd suggest just getting a cheap copy of VC++ 5.0 or 6.0, it's only like $50..


    : ..wich is lot of money for a student (whose tax precent is 20%).

    : But, where I could get so "cheap" VC++? Cheapest which I have seen was about 1000$ - Haven't looked on any catalog for a while.


    : -Sepi


    Oh you're referring to Dev Studio. That contains VB, VC++, and a number of other programming stuff. That costs about $500-$1000. VC++ alone however isn't too expensive (well expensive IS relative).


    However LCC is probably the closest thing you can get to VC++ for free. However it doesn't have a good help referrence. You may look to the web for help with that.


    -Xotor-


  • : : : I'm not really sure if RSXNTDJ has help files either. I didn't mind LCC's IDE, but yeah, the help files would've been "helpful". I'd suggest just getting a cheap copy of VC++ 5.0 or 6.0, it's only like $50..


    : : ..wich is lot of money for a student (whose tax precent is 20%).

    : : But, where I could get so "cheap" VC++? Cheapest which I have seen was about 1000$ - Haven't looked on any catalog for a while.


    : : -Sepi


    : Oh you're referring to Dev Studio. That contains VB, VC++, and a number of other programming stuff. That costs about $500-$1000. VC++ alone however isn't too expensive (well expensive IS relative).


    : However LCC is probably the closest thing you can get to VC++ for free. However it doesn't have a good help referrence. You may look to the web for help with that.


    : -Xotor-


    Heh.. I've got to remember to use my alias, not my real name.


    -Xotor-


  • : Heh.. I've got to remember to use my alias, not my real name.


    : -Xotor-


    :)

    That could be a good idea...


    -Sepi


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