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What's new in DEV-C++ 5.9.2:
- Changes :
- Changed Format Current File shortcut from Shift+F to Shift+Ctrl+A.
- Removed/Changed all default Alt+(Key) shortcuts because they interfere with Alt menu navigation.
- Assigned some new default shortcuts like Ctrl+B (Open Containing Folder) and F2 (Rename File).
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- 44.9 MB
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- Bloodshed Software
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- C: \ Programming \ Coding languages / Compilers
One of the tools that is still very useful, even though is hasn't received an update for years on, is DEV-C++. This open-source utility comes with many handy features, but mainly for basic programming needs rather than for advanced programming.
The installation runs smoothly, so you'll be able to work with the application in a matter of seconds rather than minutes as in the case of the heavy-weights you can find in this software category. The interface is quite user-friendly, with all the options in plain sight and a generous workspace.
With the help of this tool you'll be able to create and edit many common source file formats such as .C, .CPP, .CC, .C++ or .CP. It is capable of handling as well header files with the following extensions: .H, .HPP, .RH and .HH. Also, resource scripts (.RC) are supported and you'll be able to save your projects in the native .DEV format.
The DEV-C++ IDE also has the required compiling and debugging commands you would expect. Individual configurations for compiler, environment and editor are available, so you'll be able to fully customize them. If you feel some functions or operations require some explanations, you can find the answers for most questions in the application's documentation.
As an integrated programing environment, this software will surely be more than sufficient for those who don't need modern features. It provides all the necessary tools and packs a decent set of features to get one going on the code writing path, so it's worth at least a try, especially since it is completely free of cost.
DEV-C++ was reviewed by Olivian Puha, last updated on February 2nd, 2015
Also available: Dev-C++ Portable
Runs on: Windows All
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