running kdevelop program under borland C++

Asked by julien martigny on 2007-06-06

I would like to know if it is possible to produce c++ programs under kdevelop that will be able to compile and run under borland C++.

the point of that question is that i will soon start a programming course at school and the course is given using borland c++.
I would like to make my exercise and pratical exam at home using kdevelop, but i also want my teacher to be able to correct them using is borland C++.

I know that the files produce by kdevelop are .cpp like those made with borland c++ but i wonder what do i need to do to be sure that they will be perfectly compatible.

thank you all,
julien

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Markus Thielmann
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2007-06-06
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Best Markus Thielmann (thielmann) said : #1

Thanks for your question.

The answer is quite simple: It depends on... :-)

As I'm guessing you're doing some basic stuff (input/output, maths, etc.pp.) it won't be a problem. Both system use C++, which is quite standardized.

If you're starting with graphical user interfaces or if you need systems access or specific libraries it's a quite ambitious. So it all depends on what you're trying to develop.

julien martigny (julienmn) said : #2

Thanks Markus Thielmann, that solved my question.