compiler like Dev_C++

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    Dev-C++ for Linux is beta and not intended to be used yet (didn't you read that part?).
    I'd go with Anjuta, the link is above, or use KDevelop which normally comes with KDE. Both are much better than Dev-C++.

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    Be a man and use VI.

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    Originally posted by tgm
    Dev-C++ for Linux is beta and not intended to be used yet (didn't you read that part?).
    I'd go with Anjuta, the link is above, or use KDevelop which normally comes with KDE. Both are much better than Dev-C++.
    thanx, but Kdevelop always generate such many files. And anjuta, I downloaded one and try to install it. during the installation, linux inform me that many stuff should be installed first. I have no idea what they are. here is the needed list:

    scroolkeeper >=0.1.4
    libgconf-1.so.1
    libgconf-gtk-l.so.1
    libgnomevfs.so.0
    liboaf.so.0


    any help ?
    Never end on learning~

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    >>Dev-C++ for Linux is beta and not intended to be used yet (didn't you read that part?).<<

    Beta software is intended to be used. That's the point of Beta. The more people who use it, the more bugs will be found and reported...hopefully.

    if every Linux user had your attitude, there would be very little software availible for Linux....get it together....

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    Sorry Unregistered, what I should've said was it isn't usable, as in not stable.

    This is from the development site:
    "This beta is not really usable for now, but it may be of interest. If you want to report bugs please read "

    As I highly doubt black is looking to be a beta tester, I don't think Dev-C++ is the right choice. I was under the impression we were suggesting stable projects.

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    If you don't want all the files generated you can do what I do and just use the IDE to write the source code, then generate your own makefiles and compile on the command line. Those install requirements are some libraries that Anjuta uses which you install if you feel like it.

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