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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.
    vim wasn't created until 1991, and current development continues to this day. It has its roots in vi which is older, but that doesn't mean it isn't modern.

    Linux was also started in 1991 and is actively developed. It also has roots in older projects (Minix/Unix) - that doesn't make it archaic either.

    I use vim for nearly everything. I don't presume to say it will work best for anyone else, but don't knock it just for being around awhile. There's a reason so many people love it .

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    Re: What is the best IDE on ubuntu?

    Don't Know what your really looking for in relation to your large project

    Large projects can involve using different Languages to achieve the results

    is it terminal based or does the project require a gui

    how you going to bolt the bit's together ?

    What are your programming skills ?

    But here is an interesting one to look at "Bacon" Basic to c , but don't under estimate the word Basic with this one.

    http://www.basic-converter.org/

    some of what it can do

    you can use the Basic dialect + c within

    example:

    USEC
    <body>
    ENDUSEC | END USEC
    Type: statement
    Defines a body with C code. This code is passed unmodified to the C compiler. Example:
    Code:
    USEC
        char *str;
        str = strdup("Hello");
        printf("%s\n", str);
    END USEC
    import gtk (lib.so), it also has an upper layer called hug (abstact layer to gtk)
    the hug also has its own language (layer) to the gtk IE, methods of setting and updating widgets

    import other .so

    make you own lib.so's

    import your own .so's

    if a beginner or not , worth looking at

    can only comment.. there is no one best ide , it depends on what you want to achieve > experiment with all that is suggested.

    if installed .deb .. then complete the install whilst connect to the Internet
    from the terminal
    Code:
    bacongui
    this will get the gui up and running

    ADDED:

    just done a quick test on debian arm "qemu" the bash version works..

    could be a real zinger for the arm platform

    alexfish
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    Two tin cans are better than an iphone

    http://www.ehow.co.uk/how_2067160_ma...hone.html?cr=1

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    Re: What is the best IDE on ubuntu?

    I would have recommended Geany but since you mentioned you will be doing C# then I guess MonoDevelop would be good.
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    Re: What is the best IDE on ubuntu?

    Quote Originally Posted by Simian Man View Post
    vim wasn't created until 1991, and current development continues to this day. It has its roots in vi which is older, but that doesn't mean it isn't modern.

    Linux was also started in 1991 and is actively developed. It also has roots in older projects (Minix/Unix) - that doesn't make it archaic either.

    I use vim for nearly everything. I don't presume to say it will work best for anyone else, but don't knock it just for being around awhile. There's a reason so many people love it .
    vi, vim, elvis, whatever, vi and its users are very cult like.
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