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Maverick



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OzzY wrote:
Hi Maverick!
I have a legal copy of VS 2005 Pro I got from school.
So, I installed it. I copy \bin, \lib and \include directories.
Where can I find the required DLLs? I don't understand what you mean by "from the IDE directory".

Thanks

Orcas beta 2:
\VC\redist\x86\Microsoft.VC90.CRT\*.DLL

Use Search for Files or Folders Wink

Here's in attachment my customized VC directory dump. I tried to filter out some stuff of mine that I have in the same dirs, perhaps some remained, and please note that my dir tree contains also the WindowsCE compilers (ARM, MIPS, SH, etc.. etc..).

My directory list is relative to Orcas beta2. Always remember to use the right .LIB with the right .DLL, so don't mix VC80's .LIB with the new VC90's .DLL (one program of mine worked on Win2K but not on WinXP because I didn't pay enough notice to the LIB dir).


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Post 10 Aug 2007, 12:39
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OzzY



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Is VC++ Orcas beta2 usable?

I've been told the .NET SDK has the compiler without IDE. I might try this instead.
Do you have any info about this?
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visual 2008 beta 2 is superbbbb !!!
Post 12 Aug 2007, 07:35
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OzzY



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Will Visual C++ 2008 beta 2 Pro expire?
Or is it free forever?

Should I install the Pro version or the Express+PSDK?
Post 12 Aug 2007, 16:40
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Maverick



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Sorry, I had the beta 1, my mistake. I am downloading (and upgrading) to beta 2 anyway, so I will report.

OzzY: sure the Pro is better.
Post 12 Aug 2007, 18:25
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What limitations are the on the Pro edition?
I can't understand MS giving VS 2008 Pro for free. Twisted Evil
Post 12 Aug 2007, 21:18
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OzzY



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How do you rate OpenWatcom optimization?
Is it good?
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DOS386



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> How do you rate OpenWatcom optimization?
> Is it good?

NO idea Question

O*******-WATCOM 1.7 released (. Aug 18 .) - feel free to test, I probably won't Confused

CC386 3.54 released ( Aug 11 ) Smile
Post 20 Aug 2007, 23:09
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Watcom used to have decent optimization back in the DOS days, but I dunno if they've improved on it since then - should easily beat basically non-optimizing compilers like CC386, though.
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Japheth



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Open Watcom optimizes reasonably good. It doesn't beat MSVC, of course. But then, we are in an ASM board and any real ASMer will code time-critical procedures in ASM, quite naturally, so the C compiler speed optimization quality shouldn't have the highest priority.
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Ehtyar



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If you intend to use the .net compiler (C#) from the command line, you will have great great great difficulty creating forms. Might i suggest SharpDevelop, i have been very impressed with it thus far.

Ehtyar.
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FYI, OpenWatcom 1.7 was released recently.
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OzzY



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Visual Studio 2008 Express is out!
I downloaded the full ISO.
Anyone already tried it? Is it really good?
I heard the 2008 express already comes with PSDK, so it's a lot easier to install.
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OzzY wrote:
Visual Studio 2008 Express is out!
I downloaded the full ISO.
Anyone already tried it? Is it really good?
I heard the 2008 express already comes with PSDK, so it's a lot easier to install.


Seems to run fine, haven't check code generation or anything though, but I haven't run into any IDE bugs, and it doesn't seem to be slower. Time will tell if some of the intellisense bugs have been fixed Smile

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Verbosity in development


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Quote:
Perhaps it might be cleaner for me to use an external preprocessor rather than FASM's built-in macroinstructions for this.

Most important of all, if some project build manager bugs were fixed. It used to suck so bad, i decided not to use MSVS at all. Thank all gods, i learned to compile properly froom command line.
Post 17 Dec 2007, 22:53
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i used only gcc, its ok
Post 21 Dec 2007, 07:59
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Should I upgrade from Visual Studio Pro 2005 that I got from university to Visual Studio Express 2008?
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OzzY wrote:
Should I upgrade from Visual Studio Pro 2005 that I got from university to Visual Studio Express 2008?


Unless you need some of the functionality that the express edition doesn't have, sure thing Smile

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I've been playing with DMC C/C++ compiler. The nice thing is: it comes with a very easy to use profiler. So, if the code is not optimal, make it in ASM! Very Happy
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Pelles C 5.0 BETA now has a 64-bit edition!
Very nice! I love Pelles C tools!
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