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    c/C++ ide

    whats a good c/c++ ide for linux?


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    Re: c/C++ ide

    Quote Originally Posted by StyM
    whats a good c/c++ ide for linux?
    I don't get too excited with C or C++. Aside from the console editors like emacs, vim, nano, etc ...more popular graphical IDEs include ...

    Anjuta
    SciTE
    Kdevelop on KDE
    Eclipse

    ... and many many more. A quick search through www.freshmeat.net or www.sourceforge.net will no doubt give you a lot of results.
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    Re: c/C++ ide

    ok thanks.

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    Re: c/C++ ide

    vi =) some people i know use vi + ctags.

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    Re: c/C++ ide

    kdevelop

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    Re: c/C++ ide

    try www.freeprogrammingresources.com

    they're, literally, free!

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    Thumbs up Ide

    Definitly Kdevelop

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    WoW vern, that is a great list. I tend to use Emacs, Anjuta, or KDevelop for my C/C++ needs. I use them pretty much in that order.
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    I persoanlly prefer Anjuta or IBM's Elcipse.

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