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Well I wasn't sure if this post should go on software because it is really a software question, but also newbie so I picked here. Anyway I was wondering if there anyone has a good recommendation for a good IDE for c++. I would like something for newbie use and I have a confession I really do like visual c++. However, I want something similar to that, but I have migrated to all Linux so no more visual c++. Thanks!
P.S. I want something for KDE 3x and redhat 9 if possible
I would definately suggest using KDevelop. It's what I use when I program while on Linux. It's quite easy to use and very user friendly. Though with the files tab, thing can get very cluttered and become a nusiance.
Hey thanks for all the suggestions. I have used NEdit before and also emacs. I think that KDevelop was pretty much what I was looking for, and yes the panels and stuff are very cluttered haha. Well thanks again