suggestion Java IDE (Linux)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 27, 2010
What's your favorite Java IDE?
I've taken course in Java but using the vi editor and compiling at the command line (yeah, I know, old school).
I would like a Java IDE that easy on the learning curve before I go to the "bells & whistle: IDEs.
Can't find “Android mode” on the Processing IDE Linux
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 12, 2015
I'm trying to install the Android Mode on the Processing IDE, however I can't seem to find it on the IDE and everyone I've download from the internet is for the windows version. I'm working on Xubuntu.
LXer: AHCI vs. IDE Modes With A SATA 3.0 SSD On Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 5, 2012
Published at LXer:
Days ago benchmarks were shared from OpenBenchmarking.org that compared AHCI and IDE modes under Linux when it came to the resulting disk performance. There was a fair amount of interest generated out of that so some AHCI vs. IDE mode comparisons from a Serial ATA 3.0 SSD on an Ubuntu Linux host were benchmarked at Phoronix.
Good free PHP IDE for linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 15, 2008
I am looking to see if anyone recommends a good free php ide in Linux. I use Zend at work and love it, but i'm not really looking to spend $300 for personal use.
I been googling, but nothings really caught my eye... anyone have any personal experience with anything??
easiest linux python ide
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 27, 2013
whats the bestest,easiest,nicest python ide for linux? is vim a good option???
just to learn a bit of python, maybe use pygame etc
C++ book or tutorial to use with good linux IDE?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 16, 2007
Hi, probably an old topic but I could not find satisfactory answer in the forums:
1. I have recently switched to ubuntu from windows and happy with that
2. I work in finance and used to do many small programs in VBA / Matlab to suite my needs
3. Open office supports VBA macros but it is not exactly the same experience, so I need a new language to for modelling
3. C/C++ seems to be the tool of choice since
a) there are a couple of free compilers
b) it seems to be least prone to major overhauls (look at the change of VB to
VB.net) so best time investment in the long run.
c) is still very popular in financial industry
4. I have practically no experience in c/c++
Now, here comes my question: are there any books/tutorials for c/c++ using linux based IDEs? I have seen many books around which teach you the language assuming some windows based IDE but none for linux. I am new to c/c++ so setting up a
working programming environment in u
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 24, 2006
Something with a nice GUI and a debugger, preferably. Thanks!
Problem using Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers on Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 24, 2010
Despite i don't like Eclipse i would like use even it because there are many plugin and support more application server then NetBeans.
Unfortunately i have always problems with a similar solutions.
For example on my OS linux 64 bit I have download this version directly from Eclipse:
Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers (Galileo)
64 bit Eclipse - 64 bit jdk 1.5.x - 64 bit linux
I can't add new Server.
While if i use the same package (obviously at 32 bit on a system at 32 bit with a jdk 1.5.x at 32 bit) that problem isn't present.
Some other noticed the same problem?
Some one use Eclipse for developer web project on Linux?
IDE for assembly in linux
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 7, 2011
I am sick of having to use gdb through the terminal and constantly mixing up 'x' and 'print' and their parameters for examining variables and having to manually type in break points.
Visual Studio has an assembly debug window, a registers window and memory windows which makes it much easier to focus on what is happening in the program.
Is there anything similar available for linux?
Java application for Embedded Linux with Eclipse as the IDE
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 4, 2010
I am a newbie to the embedded linux world. My previous experience is mostly in the developing windows applications, BUT I AM TRYING TO CHANGE ME TO A LINUX DEVELOPER! Forgive me if my question is too easy.
Currently, I am working on a Marvell PXA300 ARMV4I device. I wanna switch the OS from WinCE to embedded Linux and that device does support Linux kernel 2.6.21. Because I developed an application program using Java for Android system with Eclipse as an IDE before, I still wanna develop Java application for embedded linux with Eclipse as an IDE as well.
However, after I googled and searched the website, I did not find any guidance or clue that could teach me how to develop Java application for embedded Linux using Eclipse. All I found is to teach me how to develop application with CDT. If I could use Java, I really want to use Java to develop application. So, is there a way to develop Java application for embedded Linux with Eclipse?
If Eclipse is not a good IDE
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