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- Feb 2006
More question on code editor selection
I'd like to know if Santa's little helper's idea about creating large thread for this topic has worked out or not. But I don't find other thread than this that is suitable to post my question. So I am posting my question here, hope many members are interested in.
I stuck with Linux console, vi and mc (midnight commander) (and no more) for editing my code so a long time without awkward feeling. Recently I have a project which is developing in Windows. And I soonly discover some benefits that I can get from an advanced code editor.
I believe there are many code editor / developing env available in Linux that are no less functionlity than those in Windows. But I have no experience. So far I know the name of Kdevelop and Eclipse and I am going to try the two. But I also want to know more choices. What if I want a code editor to have the following functionality (descent priority):
- C/C++ keywords highlight
- Easy browsing project files (files appear in separated window or by other means)
- Easby browsing functions (functions or structures of openning file appear in separated window)
- Integrated 'search in project files', 'search and replace in project files'
- Jump to definitions, jump to callers (requested files are opened in new windows)
- Makefile auto creation
_ Integrated with gcc (able to start compiling and see the compiler output msg within the developing env)
- Code hint and auto-completion
Moreover, at this time I am so interested in code editors (I hope it will last long ) that I want to find the most tiny open source project which has all or most of the above listed functionality. I plan to add functions I want to that software as my wish. While google-ing and examining many projects (which I just start now), I would be very appreciated if you give me info and advices.
Thanks very much!
Last edited by scientica; 05-09-2006 at 06:39 AM.
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Quanta plus?When using Windows, have you ever told "Ehi... do your business?"
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05-09-2006 #3Originally Posted by ttvuRegards Scienitca (registered user #335819 - http://counter.li.org )
A master is nothing more than a student who knows something of which he can teach to other students.