IDE nostalgia


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Anyone remember Borland C++? It was one of my favorite IDEs to work in. Just got around to installing it in a virtual session and integrating the 5.5 tools with it. OpenGL, OpenAL and DirectX all function more or less, but boost wouldn't fly.

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Reminds me of the good old Watcom C 10 IDE. It's open source these days, but makes me wonder if any improvements have been made. Has anyone been using it?
Borland IDEs were really ground-breaking back in the day. Much of what MS has today in Visual Studio was innovated first by Borland and their excellent development tools.