Pelles C

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Pelles C
Developer(s) Pelle Orinius
Stable release
8.00 / March 22, 2015; 3 years ago (2015-03-22)
Operating system Windows
Available in Multilingual
Type C IDE
License Freeware

Pelles C is a lightweight freeware integrated development environment for Microsoft Windows and Pocket PC programming in the C language built and maintained by Pelle Orinius, featuring:[1]

  • Support for 32-bit Windows (X86), 64-bit Windows (X64). (Support for Windows Mobile and the ARM processor architecture has been discontinued as of version 8.00.[2])
  • Support for the C99 and C11 standards.
  • Support for most SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, AES, and AVX(1) intrinsics (X64 only).
  • Integrated source code editor with call tips and symbol browsing.
  • Integrated source-level debugger.
  • Integrated sampling profiler.
  • Project management.
  • Inline assembler for X86 (and ARM, discontinued).
  • Integrated resource editor.
  • Integrated bitmap, icon and cursor editor.
  • Integrated animated cursor and video editor.
  • Integrated hex dump editor.
  • Support for custom controls in the dialog editor.
  • Support for custom project wizards.

The compiler is built on a modified version of LCC,[1] as of version 5.00, Pelles C supports 64-bit. As of version 7.00 (RC1) Pelles C supports the C11 standard.


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