[PLUG] C/C++ IDE for *inux systems?
shakthimaan at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 19 07:01:51 PST 2006
--- Varun Mehta <bambambhole at gmail.com> wrote:
> For some freshers vi and Emacs are nightmares if
> they have already used
> EditPlus etc...
As a newbie, one has to go through a learning curve.
That is why they are called newbies. Don't blame the
software if PEBKAC.
Learning to use either will be extremely useful.
* Since, they deal with buffers it is extremely fast
to use them.
* There are excellent navigational and
cross-referenceing tools like ctags, cscope, etags,
ecb that you can use with them.
* When working with client systems in remote
locations, they will not give you fancy GUIs, only a
shell prompt. So, it is important for anyone to know
how to edit files from the prompt.
> Something that helps in Project Management, and ease
> of development.
Use emacs-planner with GNU emacs. Works for me.
But, if you really, really want an IDE to learn, then
you can try Anjuta.
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