Quincy is freeware open-source. It is a simple programming environment for C/C++. It contains an editor, a compiler, a debugger, and graphics and GUI toolkits.
Because of it's simple interface, Quincy is ideal for learning C or C++ programming.
With integrated support for FLTK and the FLUID GUI builder, Quincy is also a rapid application development (RAD) tool for Windows GUI programs.
|Like its predecessor, Quincy 2002, the Quincy 2005 IDE and its source code are released for free, without any licencing restriction whatsoever.
Al Stevens originally produced Quincy to accompany a C++ tutorial book and as a project for the C Programming column of Dr. Dobb's Journal.
Quincy is named after Al Stevens' daughter's cat.
Quincy 2005 makes it easy to use the MingW C/C++ compiler, and the GDB debugger.
With Quincy you can develop Console C or C++ applications, Win32 GUI applications, DLLs, or static libraries. Quincy 2005 offers WinBGIm graphics and FLTK GUI applications, The included koolplot 2D plotting library is of special value to scientists and engineers.
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Quincy Download and Installation
Download Quincy 2005 (Version 1.2, 15 July 2006, 15 MB)Click on the setup file and follow the instructions on screen to install. This release contains all the components mentioned above.
(No other downloads are needed!)
Download Quincy 2005 source code
Download the Visual C++ project (version 1.2, built with V-Studio .NET 2003, 325 KB)
Quincy is a MFC application. It requires Visual C++ in order to compile.
View the Quincy 2005 version history
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