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    Question What is the best IDE on ubuntu?

    I am planning on doing a big programming project and I want to know what is the best IDE!

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    Re: What is the best IDE on ubuntu?

    It depends on what your programming in. But I suggest you learn how to use vim, simply because vim is simple and its available on every linux distro.

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    Re: What is the best IDE on ubuntu?

    Thanks I think I will try it!

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    Re: What is the best IDE on ubuntu?

    i use emacs + glade for C, QTCreator for C++. For python and other - emacs.
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    Re: What is the best IDE on ubuntu?

    I am interested in programming in C#.

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    Re: What is the best IDE on ubuntu?

    Depends on the type of project you are in .Personally i use vim for almost everything .Still you can find eclipse useful with ample of plugins available .
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    Re: What is the best IDE on ubuntu?

    I download vim. It works really well!

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    Re: What is the best IDE on ubuntu?

    Quote Originally Posted by ecnahc515 View Post
    It depends on what your programming in. But I suggest you learn how to use vim, simply because vim is simple and its available on every linux distro.
    Huh, vim, this isn't 1981.
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    Re: What is the best IDE on ubuntu?

    Quote Originally Posted by roffisserver View Post
    I am interested in programming in C#.
    Monodevelop is in the repos if you want to do C#.
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    Re: What is the best IDE on ubuntu?

    Quote Originally Posted by stchman View Post
    Huh, vim, this isn't 1981.
    Or circa 1977!! Those were the days!



    There is a bit of "retro is better" snobbery that I find charming at times. A bit of chest-thumping "I can do it the old way, nya nya nya!"

    As for me, a guy who makes a living developing software, an actual, fully functional IDE is the only way I can keep up with the fast pace my clients demand.

    I can do it the old way, too. But I make more money doing it the way I do -- like other professional developers.
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