Embarcadero has had a free download of our C++ compiler and RTL (capable of making Win32 apps) for many years, going back into the Borland days. (In fact, Idera as a company likes providing free tools - check out some of the others here.) We aim to keep that free compiler up to date, and so we updated it from the frankly ancient classic "Borland" v5.5 compiler to the 10.2 Berlin compiler in July 2016.
I'm pleased to announce that we've just updated it again, with the compiler from 10.2.3 Tokyo. You can download it here!
This download includes:
This is just the command-line compiler and tools; it is not a full IDE. You'll need a text editor to write programs. It is suitable for building Win32 apps from scratch, such as a WinMain() application.
We hope it will be useful for students or anyone learning C++ or for teachers (but don't forget we have an academic license of the entire C++Builder product, plus our free Starter Edition); for those who maintain libraries that need to be tested or compatible with a wide range of compilers; for those who've used earlier versions of our products; or anyone for whom a free and powerful compiler is a useful tool.
Download the free C++ compiler here!
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Actually, the GNU compilers should have been installed with Linux - they have been on every Linux system I've ever set up. work related injury claim