Bloodshed Dev-C++ is a full-featured programming environment and compiler for creating software in C++. Included in the Dev-C++ environment are all of the standard features necessary for writing, compiling, debugging, and executing programs written in C. Strictly for the hard-core C++ programmer, Dev-C++ allows you to compose all of your source code
without many of the hand-holding features and expenses included in many of the available programming environments.
Changes - Version
When accidentally clearing the code completion list, one is now given a second wind before the list is hidden.
Fixed an out of bounds error in the code completion code.
Fixed an error that caused crashes in Compiler Options >> Settings under Windows 2000 (and older).
Typedef structs now get formatted as "struct Foo" instead of "structFoo" in mouseover hints.
The debugger now preserves the current working directory when running programs.
Redesigned the compiler output formatter code, which now uses half the amount of code and plays nicely with GCC 4.8.
The mouseover tooltip now shows scope information too.
When trying to run uncompiled projects, Dev-C++ will now suggest to compile.
Resource errors now use the same formatting as generic errors.
Compiler, resource and find
numbers will be synchronized when editing files.
Moved the MRU list to File >> *here* from File >> Reopen to reduce clicks needed by one.
Fixed OriginalPath spamming in devcpp.ini.
Dev-C++ will now prefer selecting 32bit compiler profiles by default on x86 OS's.
Merged Example projects into the new project templates.
Compiler settings are now validated again when loaded.
Upgraded to FastMM 4.991 for what it's worth.