Install gcc windows

To install gcc compiler in windows operating system do the following :

1- go to to download the mingw installer or simply go directly to
2- click download mingw-get-inst-****
this will download a small exe to help you download and install the required files.
3- click the exe file downloaded and click next
4- keep clicking Next as there is no changes required.
NOTE: You can install the C++ compiler -If you want – by just clicking the check box besides C++ compiler

The installer will do the rest of the job for you. It will download and install the required files.
Then click finish.
You will need to add environment variable to the system to be able to use the gcc command at the command prompt.
Follow the next steps to do this :
1- right click on my computer – > Properties -> Advanced – > Environment variables
2- click the PATH variable as indicated then click EDIT
3- Add ” ; C:\MinGW\bin to the end of the line “
semicolon followed by the path
4 – Now you are able to compile your c applications using GCC compiler.
** To do this, Click Start -> RUN (or keyboard windows tbutton +R) and write CMD
Compile your code by writing the following command:
gcc c_file_name_path -o c_output_filename

That’s it.

Eclipse C++ Development [ UBUNTU ]

Hello Every one,
I want to show the most easiest way to install eclipse IDE under ubuntu and make it support C++ development.
Basically, you need the following:
g++ compiler, gcc compiler collections, CDT and eclipse IDE.
– Open Ubuntu Synaptic Package Manager ( System – > Administration -> Synaptic Package Manager)
– Write in the search box : eclipse
– choose eclipse platform , click, mark for installation

-Repeat the second step but write gcc
– Again and write g++

– Again and write CDT ….
After installing all those packages, you will find eclipse installed under Applications -> Programming – > Eclipse.
Now you are ready to use eclipse for c++ applications.
To start your first application in eclipse:
File -> New – > C++ Project. If you cant see c++ project option click other and choose c++ from the list.
Be sure to select Linux GCC compiler from the right list as the next picture shows.
Click Finish and Play !.

Build ==> CTRL +B
RUN ==> CTRL +F11

C++ C# IDEs Under Linux

Hello Every one,
I came across some C++ & C# development Environment for Linux.
I just showing there names here:

  • Eclipse, with CDT
  • NetBeans ( Thanks to Abdelghany addition)
  • CodeBlocks
  • Anjuta
  • KDEvelop

For Java: Both Eclipse and NetBeans works great.

And for C#.Net and VB.Net I found

  • Monodevelop

share better names if you have and try those if you have not.