For all issues regarding the Forums use, please, refer to the Forum Rules.

Our Solutions

Need professional assistance?
Consider our:

Support Offerings


Need to speed up your development?
Have a look at our:

Samples & Tools


Need some functionality extending standard OCCT capabilities?
Check out our:

Adv. Components

Related pages

Win VC++ is mandatory

Etienne Cocquebert's picture

It seems it is mandatory to use Visual C++ to develop with open cascade under Windows. Because i know very well Borland development tools, and because the C++Builder 5 version is able to fully import Visual C++, i tried to import a previously VC++ project i previously developed some weeks ago. It was succeeded... but when compiling, some errors occured with open cascade files. May be this occured because of non-fully C++ ANSI files ? What about this problems concerning the people under Linux ? Have you any problems ?

if the the proposed reason is right, my final question is : is it planned to have a fully ANSI C++ open cascade version, in order to not to oblige to use a dedicated C++ development tool ?


Contact us

Attention: DO NOT use this form for all kind of request for the removal of your personal data. Please follow this link for such cases.