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Pknews
06-09-2001, 16:17
Ciao!:)
Dopo aver scaricato il file eseguibile di Borland C++ Compiler 5.5 ed averlo installato, mi accorgo che nn fatto come gli altri + comuni programmi. Nn c' infatti il 'programma principale' ma solo un insieme di tanti piccoli .exe e altre cose come librerie, ecc. Siccome nn mi mai capitato di usare un programma del genere... come si fa??:D

thx1000 in anticipo ;)

fasullo
06-09-2001, 19:21
Scusa, ti scrivo in inglese, perche' a parlare di C++ in italiano non mi cala :D (N'e' vvero, l'ho trovato da qualche parte, non mi ricordo dove :D)


Borland C++ 5.5 Free Command-line Tools Supplementary Information - by Borland Developer Support Staff




Abstract:Provides explicit instructions for setting up and using the free command-line compiler.
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--- Supplementary Information regarding Borland C++ 5.5 Command-line Tools ---
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To install the Borland C++ 5.5 Free Command-line Tools, simply double-click on the downloaded file and choose all of the

default options. After the compiler installs to your hard disk, it must be configured following the directions in the file

README.TXT. Clarification of the instructions found in that file are included below.

Now, the compiler you downloaded is a command-line compiler application, as distinguished from a Windows application. In

Windows, usually double-clicking on an icon or file is all that is necessary to execute an application. Then, after the

program loads, a graphical interface is presented to the user. Console applications, on the other hand, accept various

parameters and switches that are typed in at the command line or from a batch file. Though not as common under Windows,

many operating systems, such as UNIX or Linux use this format. Use of Borland C++ 5.5 assumes the user is comfortable

working within a console interface. Typically, the user will run an application such as edit or Notepad to actually write

their program (an editor is not supplied with the compiler). When the user wishes to compile source code, they save the

file out as "filename.cpp" and then use the command-line tools from within DOS to compile and create an executable. Like

so:

bcc32 filename.cpp

The first argument is name of the compiler tool, and the second argument contains the C++ source file. This application

will attempt to compile the source code and will notify the user of any errors in the code. If no errors are found it will

create an executable. To display information regarding the various switches, type "bcc32"

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--- Step-by-step Instructions for Setting Up and Using the Command-Line Compiler ---
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Configuring the compiler for use:

Open a console box.
1. Start | Run...
2. Type "command" into the field [Enter]

* If Windows 95/98:
Navigate to the root in order to modify the PATH reference in the autoexec.bat file.
3. Type "cd" [Enter]
4. Type "edit autoexec.bat" [Enter]
5. Insert a line and type "PATH=C:\BORLAND\BCC55\BIN;%PATH%"
6. Save the changes (Alt-F then hit S).
7. Exit edit. (Alt+F then press X).

* If Windows NT:
Add a path reference to the Environment variables:
3. Using the mouse, right-click on the "My Computer" icon (on your desktop) and choose "Properties".
4. Click on the "Environment" tab.
5. Click on "Path" in the "System Variables" field.
6. Highlight the "Path" System variable (bottom).
7. Click in the "Value" field.
5. Append the line with ";C:\BORLAND\BCC55\BIN;" (exactly 1 semi-colon between references)
6. Click on the "Set" button.
7. Click OK (in the "System Properties" window)

* Or, if Windows 2000:
Add a path reference to the Environment variables:
3. Using the mouse, right-click on the "My Computer" icon (on your desktop) and choose "Properties".
4. Click on the "Advanced" tab.
5. Click on the "Environment Variables..." button.
6. Highlight the "Path" System variable (bottom).
7. Click on the "Edit..." button.
5. Append the line with ";C:\BORLAND\BCC55\BIN;"
6. Click OK (in the "Edit System Variables")
7. Click OK (in the "Environment Variables" window) and click OK (in the "System Properties" window) Navigating to the
directory, "c:\Borland\bcc55\bin"
8. cd borland [Enter]
9. cd bcc55 [Enter]
10. cd bin [Enter]

Creating the configuration files.
Note: The command line should read: C:\BORLAND\BCC55\BIN

Part 1: Creating BCC32.CFG.
9. Type "edit bcc32.cfg" [Enter] (This creates the file and opens a blank window in the editor).
10. Add these lines:
-I"c:\Borland\Bcc55\include"
-L"c:\Borland\Bcc55\lib"
11. Save the changes (Alt-F then hit S).
12. Exit edit. (Alt+F then press X).

Part 2: Creating ILINK32.CFG
13. Type "edit ilink32.cfg" (This creates the file and opens a blank window in the editor).
14. Add these lines:
-L"c:\Borland\Bcc55\lib"
15. Save the changes (Alt-F then hit S).
16. Exit edit. (Alt+F then press X).
17. Type "exit" [Enter]
18. Restart Windows.


The following is an example of how to use the compiler:

Open a console box.
1. Start | Run...
2. Type "command" into the field [Enter]

Create a directory or navigate to where you want to store your source.
For example:
3. Type "cd"
4. Type "mkdir MySource"
5. cd Mysource
(Now in c:\MySource)

Create a new source file:
For example:
6. Type "edit hello.cpp"
7. Paste or type the following code in the editor:

#include <iostream.h>
int main(void)
{
cout << "Hello." << endl;
return 0;
}

8. Save the changes (Alt-F then hit S).
9. Exit edit. (Alt+F then press X).

Compiling the program to create an executable:
10. Type "bcc32 hello.cpp"

Now, run the application you created.
11. Type "hello"
(The output will appear below your last command line.)

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If you require additional resources, please refer to our newsgroups; they are found at the following location:

For issues regarding the command-line tools:
news://forums.inprise.com/borland.public.cpp.commandlinetools

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Products:
Borland C++ Builder 5.x

Platforms:
Windows 2000 1.0

Article ID: 21205 Publish Date: March 22, 2000 Last Modified: March 22, 2000




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Pknews
06-09-2001, 19:44
:D:D

thx:)

paliuk
03-08-2002, 19:35
Salve!!!
Anch'io ho scaricaro borland 5.5 e mi sono trovato con lo stesso problema, ho letto il post in inglese ma non ci ho capito molto magari se siete riusciti a usare il compilatore potreste aiutarmi.
Grazie

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