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    Default Linux IDE's?

    One this that has always annoyed me and made me go back to winXP for development is lack of good IDE's for Linux, now I may be wrong and I just haven't found one.

    For example when I play around with C, C++, ASP and anything .NET nothing compares MS Visual studio. When I make webapps in PHP, JavaScript etc. I use Adobe Dreamweaver, well not the drag and drop elements part, that just makes messy ugly code, the debugger and the predictive code is great and it saves a lot of time. And the syntax highlighting in Dreamweaver & Visual studio I find it makes it really easy to read, even other peoples messy code.

    Now I may be wrong, which is why I am asking the question. What do you use?

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    I quiet like codeblocks , for c,c++ , its crossplatform but havn't tryed it on linux

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    What about Eclipse? I have started playing around with it, It was one that was suggested in the book Grey Hat Python. It looks promising but still nothing compared to most windows IDE's.

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    Take a look at Netbeans... Its come a long way in recent years. Also KDevelop...

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    You can try mono

    mono-project.com


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    Qt creator is really cool IDE for C, C++ and way better than Visual Studio for C and C++.
    Eclipse IDE with the suitable IDE will suffice.
    But for programming in C a good text editor is enough. I use Gedit with the cobalt theme.. really hakcker-ish!!
    or Kate ..
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    Code:
    apt-get install codeblocks
    You won't look back.

    I use Kate mostly for writing code but if I have a big project then I need something like CodeBlocks to organise my files and what not.
    Ask questions on the open forums, that way everybody benefits from the solution, and everybody can be corrected when they make mistakes. Don't send me private messages asking questions that should be asked on the open forums, I won't respond. I decline all "Friend Requests".

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    Be a man and use vim
    dd if=/dev/swc666 of=/dev/wyze

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    Quote Originally Posted by wyze View Post
    Be a man and use vim
    As a pure editor, vim > emacs

    As an IDE (meaning compiler, debugger, and project integration) emacs > *

    Just my opinion - but at work, we have 2 developers who use vim, and about 13 or 14 (myself included) who use emacs. It's been close to that ratio just about everywhere I've worked. Then there's always the 2-3 stragglers who use Visual Slick Edit(sp?), or Eclipse.

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    /me throws a little gas on the fire

    Real men use Vim

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