- Visual Studio 2005
- IDA Pro
- Process Explorer & Process Monitor
- Foxit PDF Reader
- RadRails (with InstantRails)
- MASM32 (NASM works too, but MASM32 is prefered on win32)
- cscope + ctags
> Foxit PDF Reader
Bingo! Thanks for that. :) Been always wanting to replace fat, slow, adobe pdf reader. Only never actually thought of doing it.
Zomg I posted it like a gazillion posts ago.Quote:
Originally Posted by Mario F.
Oops. That you have.
I've been away from this thread and started looking from last to first post.
How I love foxit, I have my browser at work set to automatically open pdfs with it. I just hate acrobat.
Nothing else is needed. Well, bash is useful, for running inside Emacs, and for starting up Emacs, I suppose. X.org is useful since Emacs works in that with nicer fonts and colors. I suppose Synaptic Package Manager is a useful program, in order to have an easy way of downloading and installing Emacs. And of course there's the software it uses. Then there are the various programs you can use inside Emacs, like gcc, mit-scheme, ghc, hugs, .... I guess the software that recognizes usb drives is pretty useful, too, and the kernel's pretty swell, but not as swell as EEEEEEEEEmacs! Xemacs is better, but not as good. Emacs is my best friend <3.
vim > "EEEEEEEEEEEEEEmacs!" :p
Firefox - internet browsing
Notepad - Web-page coding (yes I know, state of the art aint it)
America's Army - very addictive game
MSVC++ Express and Code::Blocks - both for compiling different things as tehy each have their merits.
Adobe Photoshop CS2 - image making
Creative Media Source - whithout which I wouldnt get my daily dose of DragonForce
Programs I could live without:
Noton Internet Security - it is aweful, but I still have a couple of months to go.
All the spyware lurking in my PC
Netgear WG311T - it keeps locking up
Dev-C++ 184.108.40.206 (although it's failing now :()
I'm going to mention Google here cause I haven't mentioned them yet. From the necessary to the utterly pointless I'm with ye all the way.
Well... if we are going that route, then let me add another one besides google.
http://www.krugle.com/ Not even google code search beats this one.
>> Xemacs is better, but not as good.
>Dev-C++ 220.127.116.11 (although it's failing now )
Yes, but its not your fault. I really wish the bloodshed team kept the Dev flame alive, but everybody has to move on to better things don't they? That aside, I still think Dev is the best "FREE" IDE out there. The mngw is a good compiler in my view and concidering I still have MSVC++ 6.0 installed in college, I am gald I can get home to a more compliant compiler than flagging declaring "i" within a for loop is invalid