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TDM-GCC is free compiler package installation for windows 32/64 bit. It combines the most recent stable release of the GCC (GNU Compiler Collection) toolset with the free and open-source MinGW (Minimalist GNU for Windows) runtime APIs to create library for Microsoft Compiler and SDK platform. You can find more detailed information on the official website TDM-GCC.
Ok, lets we jump to the installation step.
Now, TDM-GCC is ready to use. If you want to create project base on this compiler you may choose a lot of Editor IDE such as Eclipse, Code::Blocks, DevC++..etc. See my other Tutorial how to integrate Code::Block and MinGW or Tutorial how to integrate Eclipse and MinGW…Good Luck
Code::Blocks is a free open source IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for C/C++ programming code that can be run on cross platform (Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X). It is support multiple compilers, including MinGW / GCC, Digital Mars, Microsoft Visual C++, Borland C++, Watcom, LCC and the Intel C++ compiler.
The IDE was designed for the C++ language but also support for other compilers languages, including GNU Fortran, Digital Mars D and GNU GDC. If you ever seen Microsoft Visual C++ IDE before, this Code::Blocks IDE is similar like that. Interest and want to learn about Code::Blocks ? Absolutely yes…look at screen shoot below you can built many project with this IDE.
You can find more detail information about Code::Blocks in the Code::Blocks Website or Official Wiki Code::Blocks.
If you interested and want to try Code::Blocks IDE see my tutorial Code::Blocks in this blog.