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reply "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
Couple of nuisance bugs fixed.

http://www.digitalmars.com/download/freecompiler.html
Jun 06 2003
parent reply Jan Knepper <jan smartsoft.us> writes:
Thanks for staying so strongly on top of it Walter...
One of these days Bor(ing)land and M$ are going to break out is
a serious sweat...!!!

ManiaC++
Jan Knepper



Walter wrote:

 Couple of nuisance bugs fixed.

 http://www.digitalmars.com/download/freecompiler.html

Jun 06 2003
parent reply "donh" <null device.com> writes:
 One of these days Bor(ing)land and M$ are going to break out is
 a serious sweat...!!!

 ManiaC++
 Jan Knepper

That being said... I took a C++ class last year at University. The prof said we could use any compiler, GCC, MS, Borland, whatever (he only accepted paper printouts of the assignments). I found dmc at the time and bought a CD. To my disappointment, the template support was not quite ready and I had to use Borland C++ Builder for the assignments instead. Now I have gone back to the coding assignments that I did in that class and they all compile now with DM. Great progress. Don H.
Jun 06 2003
next sibling parent "Matthew Wilson" <matthew stlsoft.org> writes:
Same deal here. When I started trying to use DMC++ with STLSoft, it was
riddled with ICEs. Now there're only a few parts of the libs that cause
them, and I've got simple workarounds for many of them.

I think Walter's proficiency can be explained by (i) obviously he's got a
bit of talent, and (ii) he's in the code up to his armpits day-on-day, and
that affords a great amount of efficiency in applying changes. That's what
gets lost when projects are divided up within teams, which is necessitated
by large projects. Clearly the large amount of (i) has allowed him to be
(ii).

(And, yes, I'll post simplified bug reports soon. :)

"donh" <null device.com> wrote in message
news:bbruje$1416$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 One of these days Bor(ing)land and M$ are going to break out is
 a serious sweat...!!!

 ManiaC++
 Jan Knepper

That being said... I took a C++ class last year at University. The prof

 we could use any compiler, GCC, MS, Borland, whatever (he only accepted
 paper printouts of the assignments). I found dmc at the time and bought a
 CD. To my disappointment, the template support was not quite ready and I

 to use Borland C++ Builder for the assignments instead. Now I have gone

 to the coding assignments that I did in that class and they all compile

 with DM. Great progress.

 Don H.

Jun 07 2003
prev sibling parent "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
"donh" <null device.com> wrote in message
news:bbruje$1416$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 That being said... I took a C++ class last year at University. The prof

 we could use any compiler, GCC, MS, Borland, whatever (he only accepted
 paper printouts of the assignments). I found dmc at the time and bought a
 CD. To my disappointment, the template support was not quite ready and I

 to use Borland C++ Builder for the assignments instead. Now I have gone

 to the coding assignments that I did in that class and they all compile

 with DM. Great progress.

Much credit goes to all the DMC++ participants here who helped me a lot with isolating down the problems.
Jun 07 2003