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c++.idde - Can I use SC++ IDDE with DMC++?

reply Trevor Johns <trevorjohns yahoo.com> writes:
I have SC++ 7.2, and have been trying to get it's Win95 IDDE to use the 
DMC++ compiler to no avail. I've seen that others are using the old 
IDDE. What is the correct order for installation? What do I have to copy 
over what to replace the old compiler components with DMC++?

Trevor Johns
Jan 28 2002
parent reply Jan Knepper <jan smartsoft.cc> writes:
These others (as myself) use the 7.5 IDDE...
The IDDE (7.5) comes on the CD-ROM...

Jan



Trevor Johns wrote:

 I have SC++ 7.2, and have been trying to get it's Win95 IDDE to use the
 DMC++ compiler to no avail. I've seen that others are using the old
 IDDE. What is the correct order for installation? What do I have to copy
 over what to replace the old compiler components with DMC++?

 Trevor Johns

Jan 28 2002
parent reply Trevor Johns <trevorjohns yahoo.com> writes:
Jan Knepper wrote:

 These others (as myself) use the 7.5 IDDE...
 The IDDE (7.5) comes on the CD-ROM...
 
 Jan

I see...has SC++ changed enough that it CAN'T work with 7.21? Does the IDDE use special DLL components or such to do it's compiling, or does it use the command line utilities? Obviously if there's a COMPILER.DLL file (or it's equivalent) I'll never get the DMC++ command-line tools to integrate properly. Trevor
Jan 28 2002
parent reply Jan Knepper <jan smartsoft.cc> writes:
I have no idea...
I do not think I every really used 7.21's IDDE.
The 7.5 IDDE requires a SCD.DLL which invokes SCPPND.DLL as far as I know...

There is even an SMAKEND.DLL (probably the .DLL version of SMAKE.EXE). But I
haven't figured that one out completely yet.

The DMC command-line tools work besides the IDDE, but not with the IDDE.

Jan



Trevor Johns wrote:

 Jan Knepper wrote:

 These others (as myself) use the 7.5 IDDE...
 The IDDE (7.5) comes on the CD-ROM...

 Jan

I see...has SC++ changed enough that it CAN'T work with 7.21? Does the IDDE use special DLL components or such to do it's compiling, or does it use the command line utilities? Obviously if there's a COMPILER.DLL file (or it's equivalent) I'll never get the DMC++ command-line tools to integrate properly. Trevor

Jan 28 2002
parent reply Trevor Johns <trevorjohns yahoo.com> writes:
Jan Knepper wrote:

 I have no idea...
 I do not think I every really used 7.21's IDDE.
 The 7.5 IDDE requires a SCD.DLL which invokes SCPPND.DLL as far as I know...
 
 There is even an SMAKEND.DLL (probably the .DLL version of SMAKE.EXE). But I
 haven't figured that one out completely yet.
 
 The DMC command-line tools work besides the IDDE, but not with the IDDE.
 
 Jan
 

Darn, sounds like the IDDE includes some sort of DLL version of the compiler & upgrading the command-line tools won't help. Oh well, back to my trusty UltraEdit32 & running the command-line utilities from the Tools menu...thanks anyway. Trevor
Jan 28 2002
parent "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
"Trevor Johns" <trevorjohns yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:3C55719F.7030008 yahoo.com...
 Darn, sounds like the IDDE includes some sort of DLL version of the
 compiler & upgrading the command-line tools won't help. Oh well, back to
 my trusty UltraEdit32 & running the command-line utilities from the
 Tools menu...thanks anyway.

 Trevor

Why not just get the CD with the correct IDDE on it? It's only $25. www.digitalmars.com/shop.html
Jan 28 2002