With Marmalade installed, we can now get down to doing some coding, and what better place to start than with the classic example of a "Hello World" program.
To begin a new project, we must first create an MKB file, which is Marmalade's own project file format. We use MKB files to specify all the source files, libraries, and build options needed to build our project.
The MKB file is actually used to generate a Visual C++ project file, but whenever we want to add or remove a source file to our project, we must do so by editing the MKB file and regenerating the Visual C++ project file from it using Marmalade's make file builder script, which we'll be looking at in just a moment.
In addition ...