Favorite IDE?

This is a discussion on Favorite IDE? within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; Not sure about favourite, because I havent tested that many. My current set up, though, is cygwin+crimson editor, and its ...

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    Not sure about favourite, because I havent tested that many. My current set up, though, is cygwin+crimson editor, and its working pretty well for what I do.

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    >Please note that the various versions of microsoft visual c++ compilers are no use for C99
    >coding; if your university course teaches C89, or you are happy with this limitation, then these should be fine.
    You can use a different compiler with the Visual Studio IDE. I've found that a combination of Visual Studio, Dinkumware, and Comeau (with PC-Lint of course) is excellent for both standard C++ and C99.
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    If it is for school, then I personally suggest giving Vim a shot. Its interface is unlike other editors, but if you can get past that it's also a really amazing code-editor.

    Of course, once you leave the realm of the free, MS Visual C++ is a fantastic IDE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prelude
    You can use a different compiler with the Visual Studio IDE. I've found that a combination of Visual Studio, Dinkumware, and Comeau (with PC-Lint of course) is excellent for both standard C++ and C99.
    You know, I still haven't tried this since the last time you suggested using another compiler with visual studio.

    Thanks for the clarification - and for the suggested combination of tools.
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    Favorite IDEs? VC6 and Notepad.
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