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This is a discussion on Which IDE to use for c++ programming within the Tech Board forums, part of the Community Boards category; Originally Posted by Elkvis does LLVM run like java bytecode, or does it actually generate native machine code? Both...your choice....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elkvis View Post
    does LLVM run like java bytecode, or does it actually generate native machine code?
    Both...your choice.
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    what is your experience with the bytecode-style in terms of performance? how does it compare with native code?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elkvis View Post
    what is your experience with the bytecode-style in terms of performance? how does it compare with native code?
    I've got no concrete idea..for 'real' programs.
    A few toy programs, generating the llvm IR from them and alternatively running with llc and lli is hardly 'experience'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elkvis View Post
    perhaps someone should develop an IDE specifically for learning C++, and give tutorials on how to read compiler warnings/errors and how to do basic debugging. I think that would be a useful tool, and I'm kinda surprised that I haven't seen one.
    I'm sure there already is a suitable IDE out there. Heck, you might even use an advanced one, but ignore the advanced features. Someone just needs to find some good tutorials and spread knowledge of them around the forum.
    I'm sure there exists the same for debugging, too. Reading compiler warnings and errors may be different, though, but they generally change from compiler to compiler, so writing a book on those make little sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by samwillc View Post
    Hi everyone,

    I'm not sure this is in the correct place but I have used code::blocks before but am trying to find a solution that will allow me to write c++, ruby, python, java (being new to all of these) and also continue my web design i.e. html5/css.

    I wanted to find ONE multi-purpose IDE to achieve the above so I can learn the software thoroughly and be able to do all my things in the one place.

    So far I have seen:

    1) Aptana 3
    2) Netbeans 7
    3) Eclipse (not sure about version)

    If anyone could help me out with choosing, it would be most appreciated. I installed eclipse and aptana but got stuck VERY early on when trying to run my simple loops program (i.e. it wouldn't run without error, may have not set up correctly!). I will put in the time though and try again.

    Two things to note:

    (i) code::blocks with mingGW (no idea what that is) was a breeze and worked out of the box on win7 64-bit but I still want to learn how to use one of the above.
    (ii) I am aware aptana is built on top of eclipse but I am also aware that there are differences

    I just wondered (a) what you guys used and also (b) what is the standard for a professional company? I can't decide myself as I don't know yet which direction my programming is taking and whether the pros/cons apply to me at this very early stage.

    I hope this makes sense and thanks in advance for any replies.

    Sam.
    I would suggest to limit yourself at one IDE,as someone spotted.Ι would also suggest Visual Studio,even though i do not if it satisfies your requirments

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