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IDE for 4.1.6
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Is there a good C/C++ IDE for 4.1.6? I have Cubic IDE, but I cannot get that to install.

Thank you.

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Re: IDE for 4.1.6
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@Nuder_Try

What is 4.1.6 ?

If you mean AmigaOS 4.1 update 6 the try CodeBench www.codebench.co.uk

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Re: IDE for 4.1.6
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CubicIDE does install on OS 4.1 but it requires a bit of ... 'persusasion'.
If you have the WBstart problem, use the script on AW.net (it's on there somewhere if you Google it) which runs WBrun.

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Re: IDE for 4.1.6
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@Nuder_Try

I used CubicIDE for ten years, and switched to CodeBench a few months ago. I'll never look back.

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Re: IDE for 4.1.6
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2007/7/30 21:55
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I use Cubic. Works fine for me. Some inital configuration is necessary, but once it's done, I found I like it.

Remember I got a note with it that aided the installation process. You should copy the CD contents to yoiur harddrive: http://amigaworld.net/modules/newbb/v ... p?topic_id=28289&forum=32.

Have tried CodeBench on occasions, but the inital setup for compiling a simle project has always bored me. I don't understand the need to manually add all files individually, and having a separate header directory. What I'd really like to do is just to open a file, and by a key press make an existing makefile. Although I absolutely love the effort, and all the nifty features with SVN and community-thingie.

So, if you're beginning a new project, I'd consider CodeBench.

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Re: IDE for 4.1.6
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The project is a port of something, so it will be a new project for me. I've DLed CodeBench and will give that a try. Thanks all!

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