[x264-devel] commit: Fix C99ism in r1066 (Jason Garrett-Glaser )

Andrea Barbieri andrea.barbieri at movingimageresearch.com
Sat Jan 3 09:58:00 CET 2009


Guillaume POIRIER wrote:
> Hello,
> On Sat, Jan 3, 2009 at 12:40 AM, Andrea Barbieri
> <andrea.barbieri at movingimageresearch.com> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> Guillaume POIRIER wrote:
>>> For people who want to use Microsoft studio, it's always possible to
>>> use Intel's C compiler instead of MSVC since it's drop-in compatible
>>> with it.
>> Can you kindly point us to a free (non expiring and 'free' as the GCC
>> one) version of the Intel C compiler please?
> ICC is a commercial product that is sold $600 apiece. Visual studio
> should probably cost around the same, right? (pardon my ignorance,
> I've not used a Windows machine for 10 years). Once you go commercial,
> all the tools that rotate around are commercial too, right?

since at least 2003 Microsoft has made available free versions of the
IDE environment and just the compiler (the Express flavour) so it is not
automatic to be forced to go 'commercial' once one chooses to use the
Windows platform and certain MS tools.


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