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  • NETBEANS

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  • ECLIPSE

    1 9.09%
  • XCODE

    1 9.09%
  • CODE:BLOCKS

    6 54.55%
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    4 36.36%
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This is a discussion on IDE within the Tech Board forums, part of the Community Boards category; Which ide u guys use?...

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    IDE

    Which ide u guys use?

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    This really belongs in the tech board..

    But anyway, either Xcode or GCC with a text editor

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    This is asked very frequently. Search the board. Plus it kinda doesn't matter - C is C the world around - just find something that works on your operating system and architecture.

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    I was trying to decide if I should just close this or move it, but anyway... moved to Tech Board.
    C + C++ Compiler: MinGW port of GCC
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    Emacs and sometimes Kate. SCons does all the hard work

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    how easy is to set up emacs, so it will compile and run using gcc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperMiguel View Post
    how easy is to set up emacs, so it will compile and run using gcc?
    It has a compile command that runs a makefile (or another build method - as I said I use scons)

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    I use 5 different IDEs depending on what I need to do and which platform I'm targeting.

    Visual Studio 2010 for windows
    MonoDevelop for Linux or Windows
    Eclipse for Python and Go on Linux
    Codelite for C++ on Linux
    Qt Creator for Qt development on Linux or Windows

    I have things that I like and dislike about all of these IDEs. I use each one based on what I see as its strengths for the task at hand.

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    You aren't always going to have you preferred tool stack available so you should learn to code beyond your tools.

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    There is missing one of the most popular IDE and thats the Microsoft one... what poll is this without the popular IDE's?

    Here i land on C::B, simply couse i didnt tryed any else.
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