Aurora Compiler 1.0-RC5
A full featured C like language for Windows 9x/NT/2000/XP. Supports OOP and COM.
Aurora is a powerful 32 bit compiler featuring an integrated development environment with advanced compiler, assembler and linker.
Aurora features a C/C++ like syntax with high level commands making it ideal for students and advanced programmers alike. Aurora can create stand alone executables with no runtime libraries needed. Designed to be a cross platform compiler with both Windows and Linux versions available.
Current features include:
# Fast 32-bit compiler, assembler, and linker.
# Uses standard COFF and LIB format files for maximum compatibility.
# Easily upgradeable with add-on command libraries.
# Integrated editor, source-level debugger, and compiler.
# Multi-module programming supports unlimited source and include files.
# Interfaces seamlessly with Windows? technologies.
# COM and OOP (class) support.
# Supports Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista.
# Intrinsic unicode support.
# Linux support in development.
# Built-in GUI/Form designer.
# Built-in menu designer.
# Built in Class designer
# Integrated resource compiler.
# Built in GUI, Database, utility, 2D and 3D game classes.
# DirectX 9 support
# All tools can be run from the command line as well as the IDE.
Version: 1.0-RC5(11 Jun 2009)
64 bit changes, data alignment, assembler options.
Version: 1.0-RC4(15 Apr 2009)
Version: 1.0-RC3(30 Dec 2008)
Vista and Windows 7 compatibility changes
Version: 1.0-RC1(29 Jan 2007)
Debugger enhamcements, CTreeView changes, Project changes, fixed heap bug
Version: 1.0 Alpha3 Rev 7
Tags: | Programming | Directx | Compiler | Direct3d
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