Re: Question: Compiling straight c++ in Visual studio 2010 express c++

Got it to work!  All hail gmingw and g plus plus!  It's alive!!!!
Alive!!!!!  cackle, cackle, cackle!

On 6/28/10, Alex Midence <alex.midence@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Tried that already.  I think it's kaput or something.  I went ahead
> and downloaded mingw last night after discovering that Eclipse was
> just an IDE and didn't come with a compiler the way vc ++ did.  It was
> late though so, I forgot to add c:=mingw=bin to the path so, I'll be
> doing that tonight.  Hopefully, I'll be able to compile using that.  I
> just want something uncomplicated I can use as a learning tool.  Once
> I've got a few programs under my belt, I'll wrestle with microsoft's
> beastie again.  Seems eclipse is more accessible too.  Any thoughts?
>
> Alex
>
>
>
> On 6/28/10, RicksPlace <ofbgmail@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Hi: I am clueless and taking a wild guess. Try Building the project under
>> the Build menu then running the project. That or try running it with
>> Ctrl+f5
>> or just F5, I forget which you said you used. One runs in the Debug mode
>> and
>> uses a diferent exe than the other one. It won't hurt to try them both
>> and,
>> or, build the project. When you build the project, in vb.net, it
>> ReInitializes everything and moves files from your project into the
>> various
>> bin or obj files. Sometimes they can get out of sync if you do not build
>> the
>> project.
>> Rick USA
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Alex Midence" <alex.midence@xxxxxxxxx>
>> To: <programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> Sent: Monday, June 28, 2010 12:02 AM
>> Subject: Re: Question: Compiling straight c++ in Visual studio 2010
>> express
>> c++
>>
>>
>>> Well, I just tried it this way and it told me my code was out of date.
>>> Got rid of namespace std line and just put std::cout instead of just
>>> cout,
>>>
>>> added the << everyone pointed out before the endl;, made sure my braces
>>> were in good shape and hit f5.  I swear I almost heard the thing choke.
>>> Said something out, your code is out of date, wnt to build anyway?
>>> Naturally, I said "Yes."  It then gave that weired chord.wav sound it
>>> does
>>>
>>> whenever something goes wrong and said it couldn't find the exe file.
>>> It's what it's been doing since I first started this.  I'm using 2010
>>> though.  Should I trash it and get 2008?  Maybe 2010 is still buggy or
>>> something.  Shortly after I attempted to compile, it crashed.  I'm
>>> starting to wonder if I shouldn't just go back and try to wrestle with
>>> eclipse again.
>>> Thanks again,
>>> Alex
>>>
>>> Tyler Littlefield wrote:
>>>> It does prevent you from having to type it all the time, but there's a
>>>> benafit of not using it, short of extra exercise for the fingers. see
>>>> my
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