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Poll #4

What C++ Compiler Do You Use Most?
Borland C++ 477 / 20%
Compaq C++ 28 / 1%
GCC 1148 / 48%
HP ANSI C++ 6 / 0%
IBM VisualAge C++ 35 / 1%
Intel C++ 29 / 1%
MS Visual C++ 550 / 23%
SGI MIPSpro C++ 35 / 1%
Sun Forte C++ 13 / 0%
Other 57 / 2%
2378 total votes.
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From Anonymous, 14:46 Sep 25, 2004 (score=4)

I use gnu compilers most, but I also use Sun's compilers from time to time with which I have difficulty building some code.

As for object dialects of Pascal, I would love to see a port or binding to one or more object pascal dialects.

I think fltk should have a procedural core with class wrappers;  placeholder symbols for calling conventions and storage class specifiers also to make binding to other languages that much easier.

Having a procedural core as oppose to an entirely object oriented library would make it all around that much more portable in my humbble opinion.
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From Cheba, 07:42 Apr 20, 2003 (score=1)

What do You think about other compillers, Object Pascal for example?
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From Anonymous, 07:16 Jan 26, 2003 (score=1)

gcc support is the most important, if you intent to write for different platforms.
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From John Mac, 16:24 Feb 17, 2003 (score=1)

gcc goes without saying for any GNU/Linux system, does it not ... I use bcc32 in window$ though, for no real resone
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