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If you want a true GUI tool in linux, I wilkl urge you to go for QT (which is based on C++). You will think it will be difficult, but think again. Try it and you will see that it is beautiful, and easy.
Also, the QT builder is very easy to use, and if you like Visual Basic, you will certainly love it, as it is more robust, and is based on RAD.
I have never used KDevelop, and leonscape, it will be helpful if you point me towards a good help site, that helps in using KDevelop from the ground up. I must admit that my experience with KDevelop is bad as I always mess with it, and it never compiles correctly for me , as it always says missing library, or some such error.