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I use since a couple of years a licensed version of BoostC C Compiler (Version 6.95).


Now, as a plan to upgrade to a newer, actual, version and also to migrate to MPLAB-X (I use still MAPLAB 8.5 with LINUX and wine what works like a charm) I have a doubt:


If I buy the C++ Compiler can I compile (re-use) code written for the BoostC C compiler version?


In any case as I plan to go on with LINUX I suppose that I will have some issues to make SourceBoost work.


Thanks Martin









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