Borland and SDL

Is there any way to use SDL with Borland?s C++ Builder X IDE (I?m using DevCpp but it is too buggy)?

I don?t want to use anything borland specific, i just love it?s editor. Is there any IDE as good as borland one for windows? what about for linux, again I?m referreing only to the IDE itself not to the VCL or CLX or whatever Library Borland created and distributed.

Thanks! RomuloGnomo.

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Romulo Gnomo wrote:

Is there any way to use SDL with Borland?s C++ Builder X IDE (I?m
using DevCpp but it is too buggy)?

I don?t want to use anything borland specific, i just love it?s editor.

So you don’t want to use borland’s c++ compiler, you just want to use
its editor? That seems like a senseless question, because then you’d
obviously not have any compatiblity problems. I’ll assume you want to
use Borland’s c++ compiler with sdl. There are instructions in
Borland.htm in the sdl distribution zip. The instructions even work
(almost)!

Is there any IDE as good as borland one for windows? what about for
linux, again I?m referreing only to the IDE itself not to the VCL or
CLX or whatever Library Borland created and distributed.

It depends on what you mean by “good”…

22 mar Romulo Gnomo wrote:

Is there any way to use SDL with Borland?s C++ Builder X IDE
(I?m using DevCpp but it is too buggy)?

I don?t want to use anything borland specific, i just love
it?s editor. Is there any IDE as good as borland one for
windows? what about for linux, again I?m referreing only to
the IDE itself not to the VCL or CLX or whatever Library
Borland created and distributed.

You could also try with Delphi/Kylix with “Jedi-SDL” library,
I’ve tried it and IMHO it works good.

Enzo