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    C ,C++ on LINUX


    hi
    i have been using fedora core 3 for few months

    Now iam want to switch over my development platforms from windows to linux

    kindly give me some references to tutorials or IDE
    for developing C/C++ programming in linux

    thank you
    mony

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    I use Kdevelop as an IDE, it works even if you are using gnome.

    I would adivse playing around with the gcc compiler first, in console.

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    I use Kdevelop as an IDE, it works even if you are using gnome.

    I would advise playing around with the gcc compiler first, in console.

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    Why dont you use Anjuta IDE this is a good one provides support to many languages at a time, by the way its better if you stick to the command line compilation

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    Quote Originally Posted by prateekharne
    by the way its better if you stick to the command line compilation
    For small local projects and homework assignments that's fine, but when you start having to mess with multiple source files and source code packages, an IDE becomes much more useful.
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    ya, if you are doing a project of any real length, or in a team command line compilation, and often makefiles just dont cut it.

    ill second to suggestion for anjuta. I've been using it for a year now. I like it alot.

    cheers.

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