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Old 2021-04-26, 18:14   #23
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...something I have. Visual Studio Express 2008. It has C++ and C#. I sort of doubt I could install it on Windows 10.
(snip)

I will keep on browsing for something practical I can use.
The attachment at https://www.mersenneforum.org/showpo...1&postcount=11 says Windows 10 would require at least VS2010.
One of the (free) alternatives is msys2/mingw with g++. That's how I build Windows GpuOwl. (Most of the gpuowl build environment prep could be omitted if you're doing cpu code only; no AMD APP SDK, or OpenCL.)

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Old 2021-04-26, 21:59   #24
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No stand-alone programs. I will keep on browsing for something practical I can use.
We are being very serious with this link. You can run it in DOS.

http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/25636

There is more info here.

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Old 2021-04-26, 22:43   #25
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Too far off-topic for the present thread, but it is not that hard to protect IP in Perl, depending on the level of protection required within a specific environment.
xilman is talking about offering Software as a Service. SaaS. That makes the most sense with regards to scalability nowadays. Hide the IP behind an API interface, and you're good to go.

Not trying to gloat about this, but I once confronted the great (but broke) Richard Sallman when he was presenting in Vancouver. You know, the hippy genius who understands that human law is just code.

I asked him about the fact that the GPL license didn't protect those who took Free Software and forked it.

The man didn't care. Well, actually, he said "yeah, the license didn't envision that."

And then he brushed me off, and took twenty dollar bills (Canadian) for his books.

True storey.
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Old 2021-04-26, 23:31   #26
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We are being very serious with this link. You can run it in DOS.
I clearly understand this.

All of you have given a lot of options. I appreciate your offerings. I need a little time to pick through the recommendations.
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Old 2021-04-26, 23:35   #27
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I need a little time to pick through the recommendations.
You are a sentient being. Take counsel. And then make your own decision.

Seriously!
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Old 2021-04-27, 01:23   #28
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I do most of my C/C++ programming with Code::Blocks. It's Free and runs in Windows and Linux. (You need to istall a compiler like minGW in Windows.) A lot of my programs that are built with it can be compiled with gcc/g++ in a console with their simple command lines. I even write programs with GMP included with Code:Blocks.

I have used Dev-C++ long ago with Windows, but I haven't done anything with it lately because all my more recent programming has been for Linux.
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