What do you mean by that? I only use Sublime as a text editor and compile my projects from the command line. I could never get Sublime to properly build my projects for me either (if that's what you mean.)
You can create a project file to specify what commands to run to compile.
Visual C++ on windows. Honestly I don't know why anyone would use anything else. It's a great IDE. On linux I tried a few and so far i'm sticking with codelite. None of them seem particularly great tbh. I really want to take the time to learn some command-line tools like automake. And maybe vi or emacs.
He paid $1200 + $50 for it and still doesn't regret it :P.
If you're a student, Microsoft Dreamspark allows you to get copies of a bunch of cool Microsoft products for free, like RB said. :)
I don't have $1200 laying around to spend on software...
$50, on the other hand, I can manage.
Yes but you are under liscence that you can't use it to program anything and receive profit for it
I'm not interrested in profiting from my programs, anyhow. But worst case scenario you just rebuild the project with MinGW or something that doesn't have that kind of license restricting it.
I don't think it works that way, though so long as you keep your development process secret it won't be a problem. For my school you need to be in comp sci or math to get an account, idk if that's a restriction placed by microsoft or my school.