to the compiler flags, linking to the dll statically. I could get it to work by adding the Min GW bin directory to my computer's Path variable, but I plan on distributing my program across the internet.
The issue only appeared after updating to the latest G compiler.
Thus, it provides a nice cross compiling environment for various target platforms, which These numbers were last updated on December 16, 2015. Executables built for 32 bit Windows can be executed on 64 bit Windows as well.
How to choose MXE target: Remark: The 'w64-mingw32' in those names are left-overs from historical evolutions in the open source cross-compilation world and refer in no way to the result being 64 or 32 bit Windows.
You must add C:\Min GW\bin; to your user PATH environment variable manually.
You can permanently add C:\Min GW\bin; to your PATH by following the instructions in the section on the Min GW Getting Started page.
System : Windows 95/98/NT/2000 Status : Free Software (under the GNU General Public License) Size : 7.5 Mb Dev-C 4 downloads : You can get all the software available on this site on a CD.
Features are : - Support GCC-based compilers - Integrated debugging (using GDB) - Project Manager - Customizable syntax highlighting editor - Class Browser - Code Completion - Function listing - Profiling support - 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 - CVS support Source code : Delphi 6 Source code of Dev-C is available for free under the GNU General Public License (GPL) Authors : Colin Laplace, Mike Berg, Hongli Lai : Development Mingw compiler: Mumit Khan, Jan Jaap van der Heidjen, Colin Hendrix and GNU coders.
System : Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP Status : Free Software (under the GNU General Public License) Size : 13.5 Mb Downloads : Go to Download Page Dev-C is a full-featured integrated development environment (IDE), which is able to create Windows or console-based C/C programs using the Mingw compiler system (version MSVCRT 2.95.2-1 included with this package), or the Cygwin compiler.
Various modules are disabled by default, such as the MAME interactive debugger, but can be enabled through arguments when building and may require additional MSYS2 packages to be installed.
Similar to package managers on Linux like apt-get, yum etc.