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    Know a good IDE for C?


    Can anyone recommend a IDE for C programming? Right now i'm using Kwrite & Konsole, but it would be Kooler to be able to compile at the press of a function key.
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    Eclipse is one of the market leaders, and perhaps my favorate for java. its C development tools are supposed to be comprehensive.
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    How about KDevelop?

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    I will now answer my own post. I just realized the best IDE was right there all along. Emacs.
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    Pico!!! Oh yeah, Pico is the best!

    On a more serious note (although Pico is awesome), KDevelop is pretty good and there is also Anjuta. Eclipse, like qub333 said, is supposed to be pretty good for C as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryansmith
    Pico!!! Oh yeah, Pico is the best!

    On a more serious note (although Pico is awesome), KDevelop is pretty good and there is also Anjuta. Eclipse, like qub333 said, is supposed to be pretty good for C as well.

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    Pico works is an IDE? I didn't know that.

    I tried KDevelop, but it's just overkill, i'm not doing any GUI stuff or large projects. Also tried Anjuta but no sir, i didn't like it. I tried Eclipse but it said i need a Java runtime installed and i couln't get that happening. I also tried Bluefish but respectfully, it sucked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GNU_man
    Quote Originally Posted by bryansmith
    Pico!!! Oh yeah, Pico is the best!

    On a more serious note (although Pico is awesome), KDevelop is pretty good and there is also Anjuta. Eclipse, like qub333 said, is supposed to be pretty good for C as well.

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    Pico works is an IDE? I didn't know that.
    No, I just like to use pico and gcc from the command line. To me, it is the fastest and most efficient.

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    anjuta, it supports lots of languages.

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