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    Programming in C/C++ in Ubuntu


    Hi All,
    I am a newbie in Linux and I used to do programming in C/C++ in Windows using Visual Studio but in Linux I find many ways in the internet to do that in Linux. I read something about creating a make file and then compiling using gcc and other options was to use an IDE. Can anyone help me choose and possibly direct me to some tutorials so that I can ger started. My goal is to choose a programming environment to run openCV. Thanks for your help.

    Surya.

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    Hey,

    I googled it using the words
    - eclipse opencv linux

    The first ocurrence is the documentation of OpenCV.

    The Eclipse is a good IDE to develop. Try that.

    Best Regards,
    Leví

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    Quote Originally Posted by levi_silva View Post
    Hey,

    I googled it using the words
    - eclipse opencv linux

    The first ocurrence is the documentation of OpenCV.

    The Eclipse is a good IDE to develop. Try that.

    Best Regards,
    Leví
    Thanks.. I shall try that..

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    I LOVE Geany. It works pretty well and is pretty straight-forward.
    I assume you've installed build-essential?

    sudo apt-get install build-essential

    Write a program in geany, name it with *.c for a c program or *.cpp for c++, then hit compile, build, and run. It even gives you a neat terminal to interact and read the exit code of your program.

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