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yo. In my cs class we use a microsoft program to enter code then click a button to compile link and build then click yet another button to run the program. is there anything that can do this in linux with such ease? i've tried using emacs to do this stuff but i hit compile and it runs the make -k command and i get errors (all im trying to do is the hello world thing so the errors shouldn't be in my code) some internet documentation ive found on emacs says i must type something like
g++ -I/directory - ? 1.cc .... yadda... i cant remember, instead of make -k. is there an editor that can better automate this process for me, i dont like using the ms product, it seems sluggish (but they are running win2k inside vmware on a mandrake box with only 32 megs of ram) anyway, any suggestions?
im having difficulty with that one, the site is hosed. i got the kdevelop.tar.bz2 file from another site but am missing some libraries apparently, and with the site down i cant get the libraries... anyway thanks, it looks like what i'm looking for and ill tell you what i think of it when the site goes up.
ok, need i be running kde to use the program? i installed it from a tar ball and tried to run it to no avail, where does it install to? (kdevelop not a command). it took hours to compile on my 233 laptop. ill try anjuta also. thanks.
ok i tried to install anjuta, but it seems to be very gnome dependant and as i dont have gnome nor kde installed i have serious dependency issues. i spent all day yesterday tring to install lib after lib, finally got past the ./configure script but make says it cant find libg and i cant find it on my slack cd or the net. so i tried kdevleop again and it says it installed ok but i cant run it, it says its called gideon, but when i run gideon (and kdevelop) i get a no shuch command error. where does kdeevelop install to so i can go there and run the program like i have to do with open office.
Gideon in the delevopment version of kdevelop, what will eventually be kdevelop-3. On your slackware cd in the /slackware/kde directory you will see all the required slackware packages including kdevelop-2.1.1_for_KDE_3.0-i386-1.tgz. You will need to install arts-1.0.1-i386-1.tgz, qt-copy-3.0.4-i386-1.tgz, kdelibs-3.0.1-i386-2.tgz and kdebase-3.0.1-i386-1.tgz before you install the kdevelop package.
The command to install is "installpkg <package-name>"