Learning C/C++ under Fedora, lightweight IDE?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 31, 2012
I'm looking for a lightweight IDE to start learning C under Linux, specifically Fedora.
I have no experience in C however as a pro PHP developer the syntax looks vaguely recogniseable. I learnt Object Pascal back in the 90s but it's about time I went back to a proper programming language. My ultimate goal is to develop a custom module for the ProFTPD FTP server. I've been reading the developer docs for ProFTPD modules over the past month and it seems like an achievable goal. I've got it pretty much written in pseudo-code so now I just need to learn the guts! I've got code and syntax tutorials all sorted to start working through some simple projects.
I realise I could use a text editor for this but since I'm starting out I'd prefer an IDE which has some degree of syntax checking as I go along.
Eclipse seems a popular choice but appears to be a bit of a beast.
How about Code::Blocks or KDevelop?
Just wondered what tools people would recommend installing so I can get start
Best IDE for C/C++ and Device driver development
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 27, 2010
Iím really confuse in choosing IDE for Linux as Iím from windows background. Can some please tell me which IDE is best for development related to c, c++ and Linux driver development?
Best KDE based IDE for C/C++ (GCC)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 23, 2006
I am searching the net for a best C/C++ IDE that can work well with GCC. I can't find any such goodie. Not strictly KDE based but any other that can work with gcc and provides much easier interface is ok. Please dont suggest Emacs .. Its heavy for me.
Awaiting your response,
Thank you all in anticipation .
Small C/C++ IDE needed
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 4, 2010
i'm learning C now, later C++. using DJGPP isn't so nice on MS-DOS yet, no LFNs etc. and other limitations that is only one terminal, no multitasking etc.
is there a small IDE for linux console? (i'm using a celeron 333 atm). for C it would be sufficient i guess?
what i would need is a wide documentation, help on .h files, includes etc.
on MS-DOS i use RHIDE. something similar is appreciated.
later on i might use eclipse or code::blocks. read another thread about c/c++ IDE suggestions here yet, but that's too much i think for getting started.
thx for answers
PS: i don't like vi, elvis and other derivates. my favourite is jed. but if no way around, then i have to learn how to control vi *sigh*
Looking for a textmode C/C++ IDE
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 14, 2005
I come from DOS/Windows, where I used Turbo C++ 3.0 (for DOS). It was a light and easy to use IDE for C/C++. It didn't have any advanced functions like project management or CVS. But that was OK, as I only used it for solving problems (for school).
I wonder if there is such a light, text mode C/C++ IDE for Linux.
I've tried kdevelop3 and diasce2, but I didn't like them. They're to heavy for my box.
Thanks for any suggestions.
which is the best IDE for C++ under Gnome
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 5, 2007
I much prefer Gnome over KDE and would like to get more into C++ programming. My question is which is the best IDE to use for C++ under Gnome, I have read a few posts and have had a look at Anjuta, but it seems a lot of people think that for C++ I really should go with KDE and Kdevelop as Gnome is C based. Is this really a problem? or is a Gnome IDE with the right bindings just as good as using KDE and Kdevelop?
Thanks for any replies!
The best Linux C++ GUI type IDE?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 26, 2004
I have been looking around for a good - reliable - Graphical IDE for creating C++ programs. Now Ive noted the following
I've had problems getting Anjuta to work. I've installed borland's free Kylix program, but that wont start either!!
I have not tried dev-C++ or gbuilder.
The only program that seems to work for me is K develop & Im not happy about the 20 + files that are created even for a small 'hello world' app.
My question is - What is the best C++ graphical user interface IDE for Linux?
[SOLVED] Looking for a source code editor. Not exactly an IDE
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 23, 2012
I have been using gedit for a while as my code editor (using C), its nice, the highlighting is very helpful, and I use the plugin for an embedded terminal in the bottom frame where I do all of my SVN commits and code compilations and test; However, as my source code files get bigger, I find that I need some more features which gedit doesn't have.
So now I am looking for something new. I don't want a full IDE because I don't really like the Makefiles which those things build for me, I prefer to either write my own makefiles or just use gcc directly instead of make. It gives me a better idea of whats going on end helps me optimize my code better and eliminate dependencies. So, built in terminal is perfect.
Syntax highlighting is also important
I also want something like code folding
Also, I would really love a program that would list all of my structs and functions in a sidebar and allow me to jump there by clicking on it. Some IDEs do this, its really nice. but I don't think I need
is there a IDE for de command line?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 1, 2012
i was wondering if there's a ide to use from cli? not just a text editor like vim or nano or what. but something with synthax highlighting and maybe some other features a gui-based ide has.
thnks for any comments,
What is the 'best' IDE for python development?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 25, 2013
I'm running Raring AMD64 and want to start programming in Python. I've done a Coursera (Interactive Programming in Python) course and now want to start my own project, showing a graphical animated representation of my Polarised Big Bang hypothesis.
What I would like is some help in identifying the most suitable Integrated Development Environment for the project. Which one would you use and why?
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