Compiling C in KDE
dotancohen at gmail.com
Mon Jul 10 23:38:16 UTC 2006
On 11/07/06, Marcus <lists at wordit.com> wrote:
> Tuesday, July 11, 2006, 12:19:46 AM, you wrote:
> > I can't believe that for one stupid
> Dotan> program I have to give up on Kubuntu.
> Dotan> Please, if anybody knows of an IDE that runs on linux, let me know!
> How about using "Kate"? This editor has code folding etc, AND a built in console. I think you can even compile and run your apps from a menu. Kate has plugins too. Kate may well do what you want.
> For a real IDE, how about these, I've not used them myself. The first is Open Source:
Unfortunatly: "The requested URL
/thekompany/KDE_Studio/source/kdestudio-2.0.0.tar.gz was not found on
As is the Demo version of the commercial app.
> The new version is commercial, but price starts at $24.95.
> For what you are doing, I think John is right about the makefiles, together with a groovy editor like Kate. That's what I did when I briefly played with some C/C++ code.
I'll put together a few exercises in Kate + gcc and see how frustrated
I get. I really love linux, and especially KDE, and I don't want this
little issue to get between us. I'm certain that we could work it out,
if we're just patient with each other. And forgiving towards each
other. Wait a minute, wrong topic...
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