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1) kdevelop -- provides good file management of source and header
file, build options are good , a good debugger , project
creation using template selected and a good ui designer via
QT designer which makes it a good ide.
what other ide are as good as kdevelop which are under
stable releases. But I guess Vs.Net is a killer.
 
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Emacs
Although Emacs is more a religion than an IDE with some people.
Linux has been criticised for being weak in that area, but that was before Borland and IBM got into the business. The IBM Eclipse project has more than a little resemblance to the Visual Studio system, but is potentially more expandable.
 
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Kdevelop, for sure.
Remember, KDE and all the 'K' stuff are C++ applications - the supplied IDE sure ought to be OK.
My 2 cents ......
Regards, Guy
And as a afterthought, the ability to create 'standard' Unix install environments (make config, ....yada yada) is very nice.
I'd sure like to see something for Java that sets up standard 'ant' build environments .........
G.
[ February 08, 2002: Message edited by: Guy Allard ]
 
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Currenty I am considering kdevelop IDE, as i would be using the ide for the project, i am also considering other ide's. the Ide from ibm is still in developement stage i guess.
i have seen anjuta ide but it still lack many features as compared with kdevelop.
 
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