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Open Watcom 1.9

Open Watcom - A comprehensive IDE that bundles C, C++ and Fortran aimed at professionals

Open Watcom is a powerful integrated development environment for C, C++ and Fortran programming languages, that allows developers to create complex and feature-rich desktop software.

Open Watcom has a well organized GUI offering a robust collection of features and several development tools on top of C, C++ and Fortran. You’ll get text editing, the heap walker and source control functionality, as well as the ability to generate various switches for the target executable file with the option to include debugging information.

Furthermore, the IDE lets you create resource compiler switches so you can build the target executable file. Developers can edit the macro definition, select the character set support and output the autodepend info, if they want to.

There’s built-in support for remote debugging over a serial or parallel port and TCP/IP, the ability to cross compile and debug a target platform from host one, among many other useful capabilities.

Open Watcom 1.9 is licensed as Freeware for the Windows operating system / platform. Open Watcom is provided as a free download for all software users (Freeware).

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