It appears that Borland has released their Win32 C++ compiler for free.
Also, I’ve heard that there are plans to also bring it to the linux market.
This could prove useful for those developing in SDL for both platforms if
SDL worked with Borland compilers. That way, you could use the same basic
environment for all your programming needs without having to worry much
about little quirks that differ from various compilers/IDE’s. What I’m
really wanting to say is that, is SDL support for Borland’s
(www.borland.com) free compiler likely in the near future? I don’t really
want to buy Visual C++ because I don’t really use windows. However I do want
to port to it. This could be a huge opportunity for would be game
developers on a tight budget.
– Uriah Liggett______________________________________________________
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