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$pageTitle = "C/C++ Compiler and Tools";
$title = $cTitle;
<title><?= $pageTitle ?></title>
<h3><?= $pageTitle ?></h3>
<p><?= $title ?> is an IDE, and does not contain a compiler or build
(make) tools. The debugging tools provided are dependent upon GDB. These
tools need to be separately obtained.</p>
<p>Most Linux-based installations already have these tools, so on that
platform you should be ready to work after installing <?= $title ?>.
Installation of these tools on Linux varies by platform.</p>
<p>On Windows&reg;, several commercially-available C/C++ compilers are
available including, Microsoft&reg; Visual C++&reg; and Intel&reg; C++
Compiler. Alternatively, you can download and install either MinGW or
<p><a href="">MinGW</a> is <em>&quot;a collection
of freely available and freely distributable Windows specific header
files and import libraries combined with GNU toolsets that allow one to
produce native Windows programs that do not rely on any 3rd-party C
runtime DLLs.&quot;</em></p>
<p>The <a href="">Cygwin</a> website describes it as <em>&quot;a
Linux-like environment for Windows.&quot;</em> with <em>&quot;a
collection of tools which provide Linux look and feel.&quot;</em></p>
<p>See also:</p>
<li><a href="" target="_blank">Using
CDT With Cygwin</a></li>
<li><a href="" target="_blank">Installing
CDT With Microsoft Visual C++</a></li>
href="" target="_blank">Installing
CDT With the Intel&reg; C++ Compiler</a></li>