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navy319510 01-23-2009 12:43 AM

how to learn linux programming?
 
Now I want to study the technology of network programming. I know C or C++ is a useful language for it.

But I don't know what is the useful development tools for it.I hope someone can help me select a effective development tool.

Didier Spaier 01-23-2009 01:38 AM

What do you mean by "The technology of network programing"?

According to your post's title I thought you wanted to be a Linux hacker. Please give examples of things you would like to be able to do.

JulianTosh 01-23-2009 05:56 AM

I've recently taken up Python programming. There are a ton of tutorial for learning it.

I use Eclipse as my development environment. If you choose to learn Python using eclipse, dont forget this package: eclipse-pydev.

Here are the tutorial links:
http://www.awaretek.com/tutorials.html

Solvision 01-26-2009 08:42 AM

Im about to start using Python. How do you find Eclipse?

Are there any particularly good sites you have found i should look out for?

navy319510 01-27-2009 02:00 AM

Thanks for your replies!

Now I want to study the development of network protocol.I hope there are some useful development tools for us to study it.But I don't know how to select the tool which is suitable for me.

JulianTosh 01-27-2009 06:35 AM

If you do 'yum install eclipse-pydev' it should grab everything you need (through dependancies). First thing I do when I run eclipse is kill the stupid welcome window and things start making sense. dont have any references to offer. I had to have a friend show me a thing or two about cvs/svn to use those features.


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Originally Posted by Solvision (Post 3421602)
Im about to start using Python. How do you find Eclipse?

Are there any particularly good sites you have found i should look out for?


Solvision 01-28-2009 04:51 AM

Thanks. I'll definitely give it a try. IDLE isn't the best to work with.


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