[PLUG] C/C++ IDE for *inux systems?

Kaustubh Gadkari kaustubh.gadkari at gmail.com
Tue Dec 19 20:18:11 PST 2006


>
> I agree that it is worth learning. I only object to people who decry the
> alternatives especially without trying them out enough.


I agree. I have to say, I have tried Anjuta and it is really quite good. Its
just that I prefer using (g)vim and emacs over Anjuta.


Vi is good but it has limitations. One should know it for sure. You will
> find
> it in almost all unix installations, while same cannot be said about
> emacs.


Yes. But personally, I find emacs CC-mode better than vim.


And for beginners I think pico is better than vi. It is almost always there,
> at least on linux and has a on screen menubar for helping out. Not to
> mention
> that it is an editor, not an IDE.
>
>
Hmm...I have never used pico for writing code. I should give it a shot.

Kaustubh


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