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Old 08-20-2005, 05:21 AM   #1
Igor007
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How to make Linux programming more comfortable


Hi guys

I am a newbie linux programmer. I have the C++ programming experience for Win32 using IDE MS Visual Studio .NET.

I used to comfort of C++ programming.
Good organized Documentation (Index, Search, Filter, for whole documentation library )
Help information:
hints and promptings for example
Function prototypes
Member and scope info when using :: and . or ->
Fast finding definition and declaration of macros variable function and class overall sources available

Started programming in Linux I faced with many troubles related with absence of the above mentioned futures.

Maybe I do not know how to set up them.

I am using Kdevelop.
What other C\C++ IDEs are good to use.
Eclipse???

Would you please help me with how to get and set up and use (the above mentioned things):
Good documentation library
Good organized Documentation (Index, Search, Filter, for whole documentation library )
Help information:
hints and promptings for example
Function prototypes
Member and scope info when using :: and . or ->
Fast finding definition and declaration of macros variable function and class overall sources available
Automated Indent


PLEASE HELP TO ADAPT IN LINUX PROGRAMMING.
I would very grateful to you guys.
Any help will be appreciated
 
Old 08-20-2005, 07:56 AM   #2
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When I want to look up a function, I generally just go to a terminal and do 'man [function]' or look on the Internet.
For the auto-indent, I don't know if KDevelop supports it in one of its millions of options but I just got used to hitting tab.

I'm afraid I don't know about the rest of your problems, I like quite happily without intelli-sense and the rest of them.

Last edited by Orkie; 08-20-2005 at 08:02 AM.
 
Old 08-20-2005, 11:06 AM   #3
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I remember someone mentioned Anjula (or something like that) as an IDE. I've never tried it myself, but from the screenshots, it looks more like Visual Studio than KDevelop. Might be worth trying.
 
Old 08-20-2005, 11:13 AM   #4
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It's Anjuta. I like it myself, but I haven't used KDevelop (or Visual Studio for that matter, only Dev-C++ on Windows).
 
  


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