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Feature list

  • Support GCC-based compilers
  • Integrated debugging (using GDB)
  • Support for multiple languages (localization)
  • Class Browser
  • Code Completion
  • Debug variable Browser
  • Project Manager
  • Customizable syntax highlighting editor
  • Quickly create Windows, console, static libraries and DLLs
  • Support of templates for creating your own project types
  • Makefile creation
  • Edit and compile Resource files
  • Tool Manager
  • Print support
  • Find and replace facilities
  • Package manager, for easy installation of add-on libraries
  • CVS Support
  • To-Do List
  • CPU Window

Requirements

  • Windows 95 or higher.
  • 32 MB of RAM.
  • The executables compiled by Dev-C++ will need MSVCRT.DLL (comes with Windows 95 OSR 2 or higher).

License

Dev-C++ is Free Software distributed under the GNU General Public License.
This means you are free to distribute and modify Dev-C++, unlike most Windows software! Be sure the read the license.

Donations

Please support Dev-C++ by making a donation ! The money will be shared between the active developers and the support manager in order to help us continue improving Dev-C++ from day to day.
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Downloads

Dev-C++ 5.0 beta 9.2 (4.9.9.2) (9.0 MB) with Mingw/GCC 3.4.2
Dev-C++ version 4.9.9.2, includes full Mingw compiler system with GCC 3.4.2 and GDB 5.2.1 See NEWS.txt for changes in this release.
Download from: Dev-C++ 5.0 beta 9.2 (4.9.9.2), executable only (2.4 MB)
Dev-C++ version 4.9.9.2, without Mingw compiler system and GDB. Get this one if you already have a previous Dev-C++ beta or already a compiler. See NEWS.txt for changes in this release.
Download from: Dev-C++ 5.0 beta 9.2 (4.9.9.2), source code (1.6 MB)
Dev-C++ version 4.9.9.2 source code for Delphi.
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Dev-C++ 4

Yes, Dev-C++ 4 is still available. There are the downloads:

Developers information

The SourceForge project page is located here. The bleeding edge source code is located at the SourceForge CVS.

  • Source code for Dev-C++ 5: CVS repository
    In order to compile it, you’ll need Borland Delphi 6.
  • Mingw source code:http://www.mingw.org/

Devpaks[edit]

An additional aspect of Dev-C++ is its use of DevPaks: packaged extensions on the programming environment with additional libraries, templates, and utilities. DevPaks often contain, but are not limited to, GUI utilities, including popular toolkits such as GTK+, wxWidgets, and FLTK. Other DevPaks include libraries for more advanced function use. Users of Dev-C++ can download additional libraries, or packages of code that increase the scope and functionality of Dev-C++, such as graphics, compression, animation, sound support and many more. Users can create Devpaks and host them for free on the site. Also, they are not limited to use with Dev-C++ — the site says ‘A typical devpak will work with any MinGW distribution (with any IDE for MinGW)’.

Development status[edit]

From February 22, 2005 to June 2011 the project was not noticeably active, with no news posted nor any updated versions released. In a 2006 forum post, lead developer Colin Laplace stated that he was busy with real-life issues and did not have time to continue development of Dev-C++.[2]

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On June 30, 2011 an unofficial version 4.9.9.3 of Dev-C++ was released by Orwell (Johan Mes), an independent programmer,[3] featuring the more recent GCC 4.5.2 compiler, Windows’ SDK resources (Win32 and D3D), numerous bugfixes, and improved stability. On August 27, after five years of officially being in a beta stage, version 5.0 was released.[4] This version also has its own separate SourceForge[5] page since version 5.0.0.5, because the old developer isn’t responding to combining requests. On July 2014, Orwell Dev-C++ 5.7.1 was released featuring the more recent GCC 4.8.1 which supports C++11.

Notable uses[edit]

On May 4, 2015, The Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong posted his Sudoku solver program in C++ on Facebook. In his screen shot, he’s using Microsoft Windows and Dev-C++ as his IDE.[6]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^’Bloodshed Software — Providing Free Software to the internet community’. bloodshed.net. Retrieved 8 September 2015.
  2. ^’Dev-C++’. sourceforge.net. Retrieved 8 September 2015.
  3. ^Orwell. ‘Dev-C++ Blog’. orwelldevcpp.blogspot.com. Retrieved 8 September 2015.
  4. ^Orwell. ‘Dev-C++ Blog’. orwelldevcpp.blogspot.com. Retrieved 8 September 2015.
  5. ^orwelldevcpp. ‘Dev-C++’. SourceForge. Retrieved 8 September 2015.
  6. ^’Prime Minister of Singapore shares his C++ code for Sudoku solver’. Ars Technica. Retrieved 8 September 2015.

External links[edit]

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  • Official website
  • Dev-C++ on SourceForge.net
  • Dev-C++ Portable on SourceForge.net

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