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hello there,
I am using KDE Developer, IDE environment in my REDHAT Linux PC.
I need an equivalent IDE environment to my UBUNTU PC for "C" development.
Please reply.
Posted 3-Feb-12 0:12am
Edited 3-Feb-12 0:31am
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Solution 1

You may try Eclipse[^].
Personally I use no IDE, (vi, make and gcc).
SAKryukov 3-Feb-12 5:22am
Well, I voted 5, but... did you try Anjuta? In my opinion, it's better than Eclipse; please see my answer.
CPallini 3-Feb-12 5:27am
Nope. I didn't event try Eclipse. I suggested it just because it looked a viable solution (my experience with Eclipse for Java development wasn't satisfying: too slow).
BTW thanks, however don't up vote it if you think you provided a better solution.
SAKryukov 3-Feb-12 5:30am
I tried both, Anjuta pretty recently. Seriously, worth trying.
Using Eclipse for Java was what frustrated me, really.
SAKryukov 3-Feb-12 5:32am
I up-voted anyway because Eclipse is something which everyone need to consider in the case of OP's situation, but I appreciate your note. By the way, you could recommend no-IDE development, because some developers fail to understand how things really work because of IDE.
SAKryukov 3-Feb-12 5:28am
Oh, no IDE? Respect, you are an iron man :-) -- actually, there is nothing wrong with that.
Actually, me too -- I did a lot of such stuff, starting from VAX/VME. But I also used to create my own simple but almost fully-fledged IDE. When I started with Java many years ago, the IDE was my own. For Linux and C++, tuned Emacs to integrate editor with make and more...
CPallini 3-Feb-12 5:30am
Well I don't do any GUI development at the moment.
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Solution 2

CPallini 3-Feb-12 5:28am
My 5.
SAKryukov 3-Feb-12 5:33am
Thank you.
Mika Wendelius 3-Feb-12 16:42pm
That was interesting, 5+
SAKryukov 3-Feb-12 20:07pm
Thank you, Mika.

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