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i apologize in advance because i know that this questions has been asked before, but i've already searched through the posts, however i didn't see all the answers to my questions.
i'm a recent CIS grad and know many development languages. i'm a newbie to linux however and have only been using redhat 8 for a little over a month. i'm searching for a variety of IDEs to use under linux so that i can become less and less dependent upon windows for my work. i've tried emacs, but i just don't have the time to learn some of the esoterics of that interface at the moment. i have found kdevelop and anjuta for c++, but i was wondering if anybody could point me to some opensource/GNU IDEs for the following languages as well.
HTML/ASP/PERL (anything similar to HTML-kit?)
PYTHON (i'd like to learn this language)
any other major or legacy languages
and are there any visual environments for linux similar to visual basic? this is where my primary experience is and i know that i won't be able to totally abandon it in industry, but i would like to learn to develop for the linux community as well.
thanks for your help!
Last edited by erlenmeyer316; 06-11-2003 at 10:17 AM.