Re: Development question.
- From: "John P. Cummings" <cummij rpi edu>
- To: gnome-list gnome org
- Cc: samus one net, rosalia cygnus com
- Subject: Re: Development question.
- Date: Tue, 16 Jun 1998 17:16:05 -0400 (EDT)
> Samus> I have been using linux for a little while now and want to
> Samus> try to write a program. I was wondering what kind of IDE
> Samus> most people use? I downloaded C-Forge but it was kind of
> Samus> awkward and crashed a lot. Thanks in advance,
> I think most GNU-style UNIX hackers use emacs as their integrated
> development environment. You can compile, jumpt to errors, and debug
> inside emacs, and it's very nice.
you might want to also check out wily. its based on acme, a user
interface for plan9 that was written by rob pike. it takes a bit of
getting used to since its very different from the usual
editor/interface, but is pretty nice once your going. i've heard it
called "oberon for unix".
check out http://www.cs.su.oz.au/~gary/wily/ for more info
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