#1
Im looking for a program similar to Bloodshed C++ that will work on mac??

Anybody have any clues. Im not too sure what i am looking for.... are they known as compilers??
#2
Try google, or maybe getting a PC?

I don't know anything about this, but check it out: http://developer.apple.com/tools/xcode/
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#4
^I know python, C, C++, Java, HTML, and BASIC...


xcode is brilliant, very helpful and works with other code languages
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#5
I would google it but im not entirely sure what it is i am looking for so i wont know when i find the right one. I am also hoping that i will be recommended a good one that a UGer has had experience with and is relatively easy to use.......
#7
You don't need a PC. There are absolutely compilers for Mac.

I don't know exactly what bloodshed is; it may also be a editor and all that jazz. Google "C++ compiler Mac." CodeWarrior is good, but balls expensive. I got it through my dad's work.
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I would google it but im not entirely sure what it is i am looking for so i wont know when i find the right one. I am also hoping that i will be recommended a good one that a UGer has had experience with and is relatively easy to use.......


Well I have little experience with C++ and almost no experience with macs, but I looked on other forums and everyone seems to recommend xcode, so look into that.
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#9
Python from Active State is basically free and I know a few good programmers who've used it successfully.
Moving on.....
#10
does the mac OS not have a compiler built into it as standard? subetha edit i believe its called...
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#11
^ It comes with a java compiler, not so sure about c++. I have an old one though.
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#13
actually subethaedit is just the text element. you run the code in the console window.
my mistake! but it should still do what you want
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#14
+1 for ug's computer retardation. most people will think this thread is about school grades.
#16
I'm not a huge expert on this stuff, but its one of my interests. I use CodeBlocks, and there is a Mac release, but I guess it's a bit unstable at the moment. It is an active project though.
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xcode is brilliant, very helpful and works with other code languages

this is the right answer, I use Xcode too, it's just perfect.
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#19
Create an ADC membership(the free one). When you log in there is a section called downloads. One of the items in your list of downloads will be "Xcode 3.1 Developer Tools"
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Create an ADC membership(the free one). When you log in there is a section called downloads. One of the items in your list of downloads will be "Xcode 3.1 Developer Tools"



Okay i think i found it.... am i looking at the right one? Its 1GB in size... thats pretty damn big! Or is that the norm??
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Okay i think i found it.... am i looking at the right one? Its 1GB in size... thats pretty damn big! Or is that the norm??


the last MS Visual Studio was like 3 gigs (hooray for getting it free through school)
#23
Xcode is prettty good, I do all my C++ work with VIM/g++ though. I think that g++ should come standard . . . atleast it does with Linux :-P