gabe at dragffy.com
Sat May 12 19:10:19 UTC 2007
On Sun, 2007-05-13 at 22:58 +1000, James Gray wrote:
> On 13/05/2007, at 8:06 PM, TP Städ Akut - Tomas Forsman wrote:
> > Itś about LinuxDC++, what program should i use to work with the
> > source?
> > In Windows we use Visual Studio 2003 or 2005. Is there something like
> > that in Linux too? So i can start 1 program and change stuff and
> > see how
> > the code is linked to other places in source?
> > Or those who makes LinuxDC++ is making that under Windows envirement?
> Eclipse or Kdevelop spring to mind. Eclipse is a Java-based multi
> language IDE with CVS and SVN hooks along with an extensive plugin
> and extension library. Kdevelop is a KDE-base multi language IDE
> with all manner of gizmos and gadgets hooked into it. Personally, I
> use Kdevelop more than anything else, but that's because I do more
> KDE/Qt development than anything else too. YMMV and usual
> disclaimers apply :)
> IMHO - neither Eclipse or Kdevelop are a pinch on the modern IDE's
> from the commercial software vendors (such as Visual Studio from MS,
> or even Xcode from Apple). But they are both worth serious
> consideration for any serious coding project on Linux.
Not sure if it a helpful suggestion: but there is also a program called
"Anjuta" on Ubuntu. Or you can install the package "gnome-devel" to get
Anjuta, Bluefish, Glade installed etc.
Gabriel Dragffy FdA BA(hons)
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