- From: Brian Seklecki <lavalamp burghcom com>
- To: "Billy N. Patton" <bpatton dal asp ti com>
- Cc: Gtk users <gtk-list gnome org>, gnome list <gnome-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: IDE
- Date: Mon, 11 Dec 2000 14:32:45 -0500
I actually don't do any development, but if I did, I'd use VIM & an xterm to
keep the insanity to a minimum.
The GNOME webpage lists software by category. Here it the URL for all
indexed development utilities:
Hopefully whichever platform you run doesn't limit you to applications
dependent on GNOME. Whenever I need to find software to suite my needs, I
always use the FreeBSD ports collections, even though I don't run FreeBSD.
They have the most extensive index of software on the internet:
"Billy N. Patton" wrote:
> Anyone know of an IDE the will maintain a large number of programs?
> I have cshell scripts, perl scripts, c programs and c++ programs.
> All of these are focused to the same end, QC of Integrated circuit cell
> Currently I'm supporting some 60k+ lines of all the above. I was ill last
> week and the other engineers in my area are lost at the complexity of the
> tree, test, versioning and installation. I'm lloking for an IDE what will
> manage all of it as well as let me develop, maintain, test and install.
> I've looked at CodeWarrior and it seems to be geared to Java/c/C++
> gIDE is just c and c++.
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