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reply "SableteethHamster" <wf747 ukr.net> writes:
Hi, all!
Has someone knows - is it possible to write an application for Windows and 
then port it onto Linux using the Digtal Mars C++ compiler?
Thanks for your attention!
Jun 20 2010
next sibling parent bitkeep <bitkeep gmail.com> writes:
 Sun, 20 Jun 2010 20:56:31 +0300
"SableteethHamster" <wf747 ukr.net> д:

 Hi, all!
 Has someone knows - is it possible to write an application for
 Windows and then port it onto Linux using the Digtal Mars C++
 compiler? Thanks for your attention!
 
 
 

It's complicated. It depends what's used in your application, not only the compiler.
Jun 22 2010
prev sibling parent reply Walter Bright <newshound2 digitalmars.com> writes:
SableteethHamster wrote:
 Hi, all!
 Has someone knows - is it possible to write an application for Windows and 
 then port it onto Linux using the Digtal Mars C++ compiler?
 Thanks for your attention!

If you're asking for a version of DMC++ that is for Linux, there isn't one. If you're asking to be able to port code developed with DMC++ to Linux, yes, that's possible and I do it every day!
Jun 23 2010
parent reply "SableteethHamster" <wf747 ukr.net> writes:
Thanks for explanation.....
I hoped that DMC is a crossplatform compiler.

Thank you. :(

By the way - why DMC still doesn't  work on Linux - what's the matter?
I think Qt + DMC will be sounds good. Am I wrong?

Sincerelly, Hamster.


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 SableteethHamster wrote:
 Hi, all!
 Has someone knows - is it possible to write an application for Windows 
 and then port it onto Linux using the Digtal Mars C++ compiler?
 Thanks for your attention!

If you're asking for a version of DMC++ that is for Linux, there isn't one. If you're asking to be able to port code developed with DMC++ to Linux, yes, that's possible and I do it every day!

Jul 09 2010
parent Walter Bright <newshound2 digitalmars.com> writes:
SableteethHamster wrote:
 Thanks for explanation.....
 I hoped that DMC is a crossplatform compiler.
 
 Thank you. :(
 
 By the way - why DMC still doesn't  work on Linux - what's the matter?
 I think Qt + DMC will be sounds good. Am I wrong?

It could be done, it's just that there isn't much customer interest for it.
Jul 10 2010