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  • Compiler + Integrated IDE

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  • Compiler + Replacement IDE

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  • Complier & Seperate text editor

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Compilers with Integrated IDE VS Alternatives

This is a discussion on Compilers with Integrated IDE VS Alternatives within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; I was just wondering how the population of cprogramming.com handles their programming. Do most users use a compiler that comes ...

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    Compilers with Integrated IDE VS Alternatives

    I was just wondering how the population of cprogramming.com handles their programming. Do most users use a compiler that comes with an integrated IDE (Visual Studio style), or a compiler with a replacement IDE, or something more unique?

    For example on the "unique" bit, I use a program called Crimson Editor to program. It's small, lightweight, and has very nice C++ syntax hilighting. Then I have configured it to (on Ctrl+F5) compile, and on Ctrl+F6 run the newly compiled program.

    Does anyone else use a setup like that, or...?

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    Depending on what I am doing, I will use make from within Emacs, but if its just a quick, small program, I use Emacs (or sometimes ed )and then compile manually from the command line.

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    vim and gcc for me

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    I use Dev-C++ with MinGW.

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    vim+gcc (and make)
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    KWrite & gcc

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    Kinda hard to pick just one option...

    Windows... Dev-C++ with MinGW for small apps. Vis Studio .net for windows apps and large projects.

    *nix... Kate (really obsoletes Kwrite for KDE) with GCC for small apps. For larger apps/projects it's a toss up. Sometimes KDevelop or Anjuta (depending on the focus of the app), with the occasional use of QT designer for UI work.

    I know there is a perceived prestige in claiming to use VI or Vim as a text editor. But seriously though, unless you're not working in a GUI environment, it's just plain silly.

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    Good Help Source all round
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    you will probably find something in here
    this thing also helps

    if you have never tried any of the above then maybe you should, they help alot

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    I use LCC-win32, (IDE) but I don't like the editor, so I'm looking for a different setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scribbler
    *nix... Kate (really obsoletes Kwrite for KDE) with GCC for small apps.
    Ok now I'm using Kate lol :)

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    if i want to use inline assembly, Borland C Builder 6, because AT&T syntax sucks (*looks at gcc*)

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