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eMbedded Visual C++ 4.0 returns to the Microsoft Download Centre

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Posted 12 years ago | News | 0 comments | Author: Chris Tilley

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After some fussing and fuming on the part of legacy developers and OEM's, Microsoft have restored the availability of the free Integrated Development Environment (IDE) eVC++ for CE .net.

This will be a welcomed move for casual developers and OEM's who still make use of Windows CE .net in a production environment some 7 years after its initial release.

eVC++ allows developers to program in C++ for Windows CE .net devices without the need of the expensive Microsoft Visual Studio 2002 or higher IDE application.

HPC:Factor can report that the 2009 release of eVC++ is the original RTM version of eVC++ 4.0 without any Service Packs having been applied - a process known as slipstreaming.

The download is over 100MB smaller than the original release version due to the removal of the Windows 2000 Service Pack 2 installer from the binary. We strongly recommend that all users install Windows 2000 SP4 or Windows XP SP3 before installing eVC++ 4.0 on their systems.

A link to the download, as well as links to eVC++ 4.0's Service Packs and updates can be found in the HPC:Factor developers section at the link below.

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Posted on 28 February 2009 at 12:53

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