[Python-Dev] Switching to VC.NET 2003

Barry Scott barry at barrys-emacs.org
Fri Jan 2 15:16:18 EST 2004

There is the "Microsoft Visual C++ .NET 2003 Standard" that is
cheap, £90. Fully set of debugger and project tools, just won't do
release builds.


At 01-01-2004 12:44, Martin v. Loewis wrote:
>Christian Tismer wrote:
>>>MS also alluded to a free downloadable compiler, but I haven't tracked
>>>it down yet.  And of course theer's always mingw (or whatever it's
>>If there is a way I can provide Windows binaries, and I can do
>>some interactive debugging, I'm willing to switch tools, sure.
>I doubt the free compiler provides any interactive debugging
>support. So you either have to continue to use VC6, or switch
>to VC.NET, or switch to Borland C, or use gdb (on cygwin).
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