I have SuSE linux, and was wondering how to compile a C++ program in linux, or if anyone knows of a program to use. I've just been using the regular text editor, and it highlights the correct parts of the code, like it knows what I'm doing, but I can't find an option to run the program. Thanks in advance.
SuSE is supposed to ship with the gcc compiler. Beyond that, I don't know if it's installed by default (I'd think so.) and I don't know how to invoke it. http://gcc.gnu.org/
I hope this is of some help.
If you have KDevelop installed you can use that, or alternatively like all *nix OS's you can open a terminal window and from the command propmpt use g++
C is embeded in all *NIX environment.
That must be shipped with all distros of linux.
gcc is a C compiler.
g++ is a C++ compiler.
If it's not installed by default, you can use rpm to install it (SuSE supports rpm). Or Package Manager in KDE can do as well.
Try to use KDevelop. It is very nice and powerful. I like it more than MSVC++. Too bad I don't have linux installed on this comp YET. I will eventually.