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KDevelop kicks the crap out of Eclipse here folks... sorry! Much of what I do is Java development. And Eclipse is very very nice for Java development but if you are using any other language you are better off with Kdevelop and if you are doing C++ development its not even comparable. Kdevelop is more capable as a C++ IDE than Eclipse is as a Java IDE.
Distribution: ElementaryOS Freya as main, every other ubuntu-based as testing
Well, just for being curious, From those IDE's mentioned in the poll, witch ones actually are useful (except for Kdevelop) for somebody who has no clue on java/etc (neither wants to get a clue on those..) and only does C/C++ and kernel programming? I'm looking for hints on finding the "ultimate" IDE that does *at least* C++...
This category is not even close. Kdevelop is better than almost anything you will find on Win or Apple platforms. The integrated Kdevelop designer (similar to Qt Designer but integrated directly into Kdevelop) is amazingly simple to use and is light-years ahead of Eclipse's GEF plug-in.
Out of the dozen or so applications that are a MUST-HAVE for me. Kdevelop is one of them.