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2.6: I'm a software developer who wants to use UNIX to develop programs rather than DOS, but I need to write DOS and MS Windows programs as well. Will I be able to run my favorite DOS and/or MS Windows compilers under Wine?




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This article is from the WINE WINdows Emulator FAQ, by Dave Gardner dagar@ix.netcom.com with numerous contributions by others.

2.6: I'm a software developer who wants to use UNIX to develop programs rather than DOS, but I need to write DOS and MS Windows programs as well. Will I be able to run my favorite DOS and/or MS Windows compilers under Wine?

Wine now supports DOS applications natively, which means that you can now
run MS Windows 3.x in standard mode. Some have reported success in running
(to varying degrees of success) various C++ compilers, and the Borland
Dephi and Turbo Pascal for Windows compilers. Others have reported success
in running the Borland C++ 5.0 command line compiler (bcc) as well as some
of the debugging tools in the MS SDK, but these compilers' IDEs generally
do not run.


 

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