On Sun, 16 Nov 2003 13:26:17 -0800 (PST) Valerian Galeru <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> probably 

> Can anyone tell the name of the package that contain
> the C, something simillar to Borland C++ in windows...

As for the compilers, you know already (cc).

As for IDE, from /usr/ports/devel/xwpe's pkg-descr:

> xwpe is a X-window programming environment designed for UNIX systems.           
> It is similar to 'Borland C++' MS-DOS programming IDE environment.              
> xwpe supports many compilers, linkers, and debuggers, so you are not tied to    
> any particular set of tools.  There is both a curses and X11 interface          
> (the later with mouse support).                                                 

It really looks like Borland's IDE, if you want that sort of thing. I
played with it for a while, but...

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