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I have been adding alot of apps to my USB.

I have most of the utillitys i need to keep productivity when i am not at my own comp, apart from a C++ compiler.

i have heard that dev-c++ can be made portable, but have not been able to find a good guide on how to do so. does anyone know how to do this? or know of any portable C++ compilers?

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al that point why dont you just get dsl on a pen drive, and have everything you need installed, GCC, gdb, firefox, etc hell you might even be able to fit abiword on a 1 giger

3 reasons.

1) My school (the main place i would me using it) computers cant boot from USB.

2) For my programming course work, i have to create a program for windows (unfortunatly) and i wouldnt be able to do that under DSL.

3) the windows embeded version of DSL doesnt have GCC installed, and is very unstable.

but thanks for your suggestion.

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I have been adding alot of apps to my USB.

I have most of the utillitys i need to keep productivity when i am not at my own comp, apart from a C++ compiler.

i have heard that dev-c++ can be made portable, but have not been able to find a good guide on how to do so. does anyone know how to do this? or know of any portable C++ compilers?

Dev-C++ is not a compiler by the way. The compiler is in the MinGW-package of tools. And I see no reason why that shouldn't be portable.
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