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 Post subject: What IDEs are you using?
PostPosted: Thu Mar 23, 2017 3:26 am 
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Hey there,
I am wondering: what IDE (Integrated Development Environment) are you using to compile/make programs, games, operating systems?
I used Dev-C++, Code::Blocks and I am now using Visual Studio.

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Visual Studio 2015.

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Visual Studio Code has recently become my favourite text editor. No need for big ugly solution/project file messes to give folders portable settings you can check into git; it's JSON all the way down.

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