visual mingw - gcc v3.2 compiler + frontendhttp://mingw-w64.sourceforge.net/visual mingw ( frontend ) mingw ( ggc für win32 ) homepage download visual mingw
v0.43adownload mingw v2.0.0
( 12mb - gcc v3.2 )
einfache aber funktionelle ide für windows in kombination mit dem mingw compiler - dieser ist die umsetzung des bekannten gnu c compiler in der version v3.2 ( isse,isse2,3dnow befehle,etc... )
The aim of this project is to provide an Integrated Development Environment for MinGW compiler.
(Minimalist GNU for Windows)
Development started during July 2001 with following goals :
Provide a "Minimalist" Open Source IDE, developed with nothing more than itself and built with MinGW compiler.
Make it as small and fast as possible, using only Windows APIs.
Make it easy to use for beginners and as powerful as possible for advanced users.
Specialize one module of its code for simple and reusable C++ objects that will provide ready to use application skeletons. A quickly way to create a dialog box, SDI or MDI based project.
Provide simple, but original features like creating archives, copying these to a floppy disk or uploading to a server in a few mouse clicks. Make use and promote Open Source command line tools.
MinGW is a collection of header files and import libraries that allow one to use GCC and produce native Windows32 programs that do not rely on any 3rd-party DLLs. The current set of tools include GNU Compiler Collection (GCC), GNU Binary Utilities (Binutils), GNU debugger (Gdb) , GNU make, and a assorted other utilities. We are currently working on creating a complete set of Mingw-hosted GNU toolchain, and looking for volunteers.
At the basic level, MinGW is a set of include files and import libraries that allow a console-mode or a GUI-mode program to use Microsoft's standard C runtime library MSVCRT.DLL (available on all NT systems, and on all stock Win9x after the original Windows 95 release (for which it can be installed separately)). Using this basic runtime, you can write console-mode or GUI-mode ANSI compliant programs using GCC and use some of the extensions offered by MS C runtime, but cannot use the features provided by the Windows32 API. The next critical piece is the w32api package, which is a set of includes and import libraries to enable the use of Windows32 API, and combined with the basic runtime, you (potentially) have full access to both the C Runtime (CRT) and Windows32 API functionality.