coding in linux

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    Hamster without a wheel iain's Avatar
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    coding in linux

    I have recently discovered kwrite as a great C editor, automatic colour coding and a great XML style layot where you can collapse and expand blocks of comments and functions.

    It is built in to kde (at least in slackware 10)
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    Bah writing code in a GUI is not pure. Death to you lindowers! Slackware? Thats not even a real linux distro! Come back when you can use a debian (or worse) distro, VIM as your editor (and like it), and make!


    P.S.: Just messing with ya

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    I like vi. Mind you, my only alternative in the one case I use it is emacs, but there I like it.
    All the buzzt!
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    vim is herecy. Use pure vi without all that modernistic crud!
    Or better yet use ex...

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    ex? You mean ed
    Personally, I think `cat | gcc /dev/stdin` is the one true way - is something like that even possible (making gcc read stdin, that is?)
    All the buzzt!
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