idle3 python IDE cannot install via Synaptic
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 14, 2008
I have decided to learn python. Since python is advancing to version 3, it was recommended that I learn that standard. Unfortunately, the Gedit python console will only use python 2.5, so I want to install idle3. When I attempt to install idle3 I get the following error
Depends: python3-tk (>=2.4.3-3) but it is not installable
when I try to install an alternate package, idle-python3.0, I get this error
Depends: python-tk but it is not going to be installed
Depends: python3.0-tk but it is not installable
I am sure someone else has got all this straightened out. What do I need to do? I can't find these packages anywhere.
Also, if I have both versions installed, how do ensure that my code is run against python3 rather than 2.5? If anyone has any other tips, I would be grateful.
HOWTO: Install Cloud9 IDE locally
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 27, 2011
In the last couple of days I have been playing with Cloud9 and it looks awesome. This tutorial will explain how to install Cloud9 IDE locally on your Ubuntu, how to create a script to easily switch between your projects and how to launch it using a customized separate browser profile.
What is Cloud9?
Cloud9 is an open-source full browser-based IDE with team collaboration and online project hosting, through GitHub integration.
For more information about it's functionality and innovative approach, see Why Cloud9 Deserves your Attention.
If you just want to use Cloud9 in the cloud, create a free account at http://cloud9ide.com and jump to section 4 of this tutorial.
The installation instructions are based on the tutorial posted on the Gratuitous Development blog and have been tested on Ubuntu 11.04.
1.1 Installing Dependencies
First you need to install the necessary dependencies to build node.js and o3.
Open a terminal, paste the following c
IDE for Oracle PL/SQL Development
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 13, 2007
This is a question related to Oracle development under Ubuntu. Or any type of Linux for that matter.
Does anybody know of an IDE for Oracle, SQL, PL/SQL (especially) which works great and has a lot of features under Linux?
P.S. I have to remind you that I am a n00b to Linux, so if my question is out of line, sorry.
Best free C IDE?
location: linux.com - date: August 9, 2013
Ahiy there, I'm getting back into C after a few years break and just installed Linux mint yesterday. What's the best C IDE for small scale projects?
Good IDE for bash scripting
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 12, 2012
I'm trying to find a decent ide to use with bash scripting, it seems a lot of the top ides kind of overlook bash, I'm using geany but I would like one that has support for collapsing and expanding various sections of script like it does with python, for example collapse an IF statement so its out of the way to make long code more manageable, I would also like to find one if possible that can run your script from a single click button with a more verbosive output (like running `bash -x /path/to/script` in a terminal) if tried tweaking geany to use the bash -x flag and it doesn't seem to work.
[SOLVED] Java IDE or good text editor
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 21, 2010
I'm working on Java programming for a linux server, and I was wondering if there are any good editors/IDE that work better with Java than VI, emacs, Eclipse, or Netbeans.
IDE vs Text Editor
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 9, 2011
I'm just starting programming so I just want to see if you PREFER a text editor to an IDE. I felt that an IDE was overcomplicated for my purposes while Emacs or ViM are more simplistic, faster also Netbeans and Eclipse never seemed to work. As when compiling programs in them they failed but when using Emacs and ViM and gcc command line thing it succeeded
Make 3D model in IDE made by Java?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 18, 2011
Will anyone say how can i make 3D Model in IDE made by java platform
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
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