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Is There Any C++ Client For Mac? Answered

Aside from dashcode, is there any c++ client similar to visual c++ studio 2008 express for mac osx

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gmxx

Best Answer 10 years ago

there is xcode (developer.apple.com) eclipse (eclipse.org) qt editor (qt.nokia.com) codewarrior (freescale.com/codewarrior) i would use xcode... it is really a great tool, apple uses it.

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robots199gmxx

Answer 10 years ago

which of those is most like c++ visual studio?

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gmxxrobots199

Answer 10 years ago

i use visual c# on windows... and xcode on the mac... I would lean towards using xcode.

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gmxxrobots199

Answer 10 years ago

because it is relatively simple to use, and the gui design tools are amazing. also, it integrates well with a tool called quartz composer, so animations are amazing.

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robots199gmxx

Answer 10 years ago

Did you get snow leopard yet...I did

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gmxxrobots199

Answer 10 years ago

i havent... still waiting for it to fully stabilize with the apps i use.

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seandoguegmxx

Answer 10 years ago

Codewarrior is a great IDE. I use an older windows version from back when Metrowerks still ran the show for embedded development

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kelseymh

10 years ago

XCode comes with your Mac installation DVD. It's the most fully integrated with the OS and GUI.

Of course, if you're a real programmer, just open Terminal and use Emacs, GMake, and CVS the way GodStallman intended.