Installing the CSCI 1300 Software Package
Including the WinBGIm Graphics Library
This page provides programmer's tools for CSCI 1300 at the
University of Colorado. All tools are free and may be used by
programmers here or elsewhere. The tools include:
Original sources are listed at www.cs.colorado.edu/~mainbgi/cs1300/authors.html
Minimalist GNU Windows 32 Tools with
- g++ (Version 3.3.1),
- gdb (Version 5.2.1),
- make (Version 3.8),
- win32 api library (Version 2.5),
- and more from bintools (2.13.90) and elsewhere:
addr2line, ar, as, awk, bison, c++, c++filt, cc, cmp, dlltool, echo,
ed, egrep, ex, fgrep, flex, flex++, g++, gasp, gawk, gcc, gcov, gdb,
genclass, gperf, gprof, grep, gunzip, gzip, ld, m4, make, nm, objcopy,
objdump, protoize, ranlib, red, rm, sed, size, strings, string,
tail, tar, unprotoize, wc, windres, zcat.
- Windows Emacs editor
- Elvis vi editor
- The WinBGIm graphics library for the Gnu compiler
To install these tools on your machine, please right click on the
link to cs1300-setup.msi, and download
the file to your desktop. Then double-click on the file and follow
the installation instructions.
A successful installation will place all the needed files in a
directory that you specify (usually
C:\Program Files\Colorado\cs1300). You will also have a cs1300
icon installed on your desktop. Double click the icon to open a
command window from which you may run any of the cs1300 tools.
The installation is registered in
Windows, so you may later uninstall through the Windows Control Panel
if you need to.
Exercises for Students:
If you haven't previously used the CS1300 tools, these exercises will
help you become familiar with what's available.
documentation for the WinBGIm graphics library is available at
Michael Main (email@example.com)