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TavoX
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« on: October 07, 2006, 04:22:49 pm »

Hi everyone, first of all, my english isn't good, sorry if I write some stupid thing trying to talk english (I have everytihng installed/compiled with minGW and msys)

I'm a completly newbie with this, I know C++ but I don't have experiences with engines like this, so my question is:

I have to programm everything in programs like visualstudio? just including the header of crystalspace?

Its the same for CEL? I was reading the tutorials but I need to be sure to start something.

And can anyone recommend me a gnu program like visual studio to program in c++? Im starting with this stuff of gnu/gpl... thanks for everything!
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« Reply #1 on: October 08, 2006, 06:05:47 am »

Hi everyone, first of all, my english isn't good, sorry if I write some stupid thing trying to talk english (I have everytihng installed/compiled with minGW and msys)

I'm a completly newbie with this, I know C++ but I don't have experiences with engines like this, so my question is:

I have to programm everything in programs like visualstudio? just including the header of crystalspace?

Its the same for CEL? I was reading the tutorials but I need to be sure to start something.

And can anyone recommend me a gnu program like visual studio to program in c++? Im starting with this stuff of gnu/gpl... thanks for everything!

If you compiled using mingw/msys then you will also have to use mingw/msys to program your own programs. Dev-C++ (or dev-cpp) is one gui for windows that works on top of mingw. You could try that.

Greetings,
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« Reply #2 on: October 08, 2006, 06:09:12 am »

thanks jorrit, I will start right now. I was looking for that info
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