|Subject||Re: [IB-Architect] Building IB6|
> I really see no good reason not to use the MS compiler, especially if itsAFAIK, yes. You need at least professional to get the "optimizing compiler".
> faster. Now for another dumb question. Does it matter which version of
> MSVC I use? i.e. Standard, Pro, Enterprise...
OTOH you'd need at least professional to be able to redistribute your
> I always wanted an excuse to learn C++, this is probably as good a reasonI think that we'll see parts of IB migrate into C++ in a couple of years.
> as any. ;-)
Type safety, more logical "units", easier maintenance (for an example of a
cross-platform C++ project that works *really* good, I'd suggest a look at
AbiWord). But until that's a fact of life, I think you'll have to accept the
C code that is IB. :-)