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Can I compile with Borland instead of Visual Studio?
I'm kind of an amateur C++ programmer, but so far I have only learned to make console programs. My teacher recommended Borland, and I've grown to prefer it myself over Visual Studio, now i was wondering if someone could give me a few tips on how to compile the latest build with Borland instead of Visual Studio.

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Offhand I'd say you're probably out of luck here. No one has ever compiled Pcsx2 in Borland (at least not in any recent decade), and I have no idea what would be involved in making it work. There are likely few VC-specific references in the code and those would have to be made into Borland-friendly syntax. Personally speaking, I have experience in making code compile VC and GCC, but not Borland so I'm really not prepared to make any other assumptions regarding differences between Borland and other C++ compilers.
Jake Stine (Air) - Programmer - PCSX2 Dev Team
Okay thanks, since nobody has tried it, I doubt I will have any luck myself, considering my rather limited knowledge, guess I'll just install Visual Studio too and hope it doesn't interfere with Borland too much.

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