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Tutorial: TwineCompile IDE Integration For C++ Parallel Compilation

Learn how to better integrate TwineCompile with your C++Builder IDE for maximum productivity. TwineCompile is available for 10.4 and newer through the GetIt Package Manager for developers with Update Subscription.

TwineCompile lists its features as:

  • Advanced compile system uses multi-threading technology and caching techniques to make C++ compiles 50x faster!
  • Automatic background compiling engine ensures that files are compiled as fast as they are saved!
  • Tuned pre-compiled header handling system automatically maximizes simultaneous use of pre-compiled headers between multiple threads!
  • Seamless integration into the C++Builder IDE. Supports all versions including C++Builder 10.4 Sydney!
  • Theme support for all IDE themes providing a unified workspace!
  • Full support for 32-bit and 64-bit compilers!
  • FinalBuilder integration provided out of the box!

If you don’t have TwineCompile installed yet you can head over to Embarcadero GetIt to find out more and then install it via GetIt in the IDE.


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