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Hey all! I've been using Dev-C++ in Windows and was just wondering what you all like to use when writing code in Linux? I know there's KDevelop but I was just wondering if there's any Linux options out there that are similar to the Dev-C++ environment. Do most of you just use a text editor?
I suggest trying a bunch of things. I do mostly Informix 4GL, C, perl, and bourne shell script work. Epsilon -- based on emacs -- has color-code templates that help you with various programming environments, like C or shell scripts. I use command line to build and test, because my applications are terminal-based. With Epsilon, you don't need a Linux version or Windows version. Their images come with the CD when you buy it. There is a 30-day trial period.