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Tue May 15 01:28:09 UTC 2007
I will also stand up for eclipse - I only use it for Java and python,
but it's great.
On 5/15/07, Derek Broughton <news at pointerstop.ca> wrote:
> marc wrote:
> > =?UTF-8?B?VFAgU3TDpGQgQWt1dCAtIFRvbWFzIEZvcnNtYW4=?= said...
> >> ItÅ? 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 is amazing. imo. I develop Java, Ruby (including Rails), C++ and
> > PHP in it.
> Python, too. In fact, the python support was what finally convinced me to
> leave my previous Java IDE, since I could do both - and more - with
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Imagine a giant radish, like a planet sized radish. Now imagine that
there's a bunny hopping to the radish, and it takes a bite out of it.
But the bunny spits out that bite and kind of smears it back in place
on the radish with a paw. Then it rains.
That's the internet.
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