View Full Version : Programming IDE that works with linux AND windows?
16th September 2004, 05:17 AM
I'm looking for an IDE that will work (well.) in both Linux (Fedora, and at the moment Mandrake on my laptop since I havent found an easy way to install fc2 on it since im too lazy to download and burn 4 iso's. Damned laptop can't read +R's....) and windows...(I would also like to be able to use GCC on windows as well.) [No Java based IDE's I am not installing Java on windows if I can help it.)
16th September 2004, 08:10 AM
Hmmm. I've not tried it, but Eclipse (java-based) is reported to be an excellent IDE. Should run anywhere java is avaialable.
I use SciTE (the Scintilla Text Editor) on both win and lin. It's not really a full IDE, but a Code Editor with nice syntax highlighting etc., and configurable shortcuts for compilations/building and capture of the output messages to a display window. For small-to-medium software projects, it's great. It lacks project/file management functions, in comparison to a full IDE. SciTE is also very easy to use.
16th September 2004, 09:12 AM
Well thank you for the suggestion but I refuse to install resource hogging java on my system if I can avoid it.
16th September 2004, 11:06 AM
Monodevelop is availble on both linux and windows. See www.go-mono.com
16th September 2004, 11:25 AM
Foolish that is EXACTLY what I need, I might not even have to worry about juggling .NET when my programming classes finally start. :D Thanks for the link.
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