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Old 01-04-2004, 01:25 PM   #1
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C++ Environments?

Hey, i'm starting to really get into C++, and i was wondering what's the best compiler/enviroment you can find in an RPM? I'd kinda like a few to play around if anyone has any ideas, please throw them my way. thanks!
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Glade, QTDesigner, kdevelop, emacs and anjuta are common ones.
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To clear things out: glade and qtdesigner are tools to create GUI. Kdevelop and anjuta are development environments. Emacs is an editor with many features for programmers. But the most important thing is gcc - compiler.
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I really like writing programs on Kwrite is simple but i like it i tried Kdevelop 3 and that's a big leap from the 2 so you might wanna check that out is way better


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