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rob99 01-21-2003 08:36 AM

Is Visual Studio in Linux???
I used to work on Visual C++ from MS Visual Studio on MS Windows, is there something like that on linux or we have to write c++ program in text editor?

iceman47 01-21-2003 09:01 AM

Please search the forum first, I've seen a couple posts about this with the answer you're looking for

schatoor 01-21-2003 04:00 PM

Yep, and it's completly free. If you are using KDE try kdevelop. In gnome you have Anjuta. Also, qt disigner might be of some interest to you. All are excelent and compairable to visual studio. I can know, I have worked with it.

rob99 01-21-2003 08:13 PM


lsropia 01-22-2003 06:09 AM

Extrenal Modems
Hello greats ones,

I was having the extenal modem and working just fine. Tried to install additional external USB modem at other port (/dev/input/ttyACM0) several times and removed several times.

Now this external modem doesnot work. On activation, some lights blink and the modem doesnot activate. I tried wvdialconf etc., deleting and reinstalling the modem, PC turning off & on (Windows habits) but the same results.


ubien 01-22-2003 03:48 PM

lsropia, that would probably be a better post in the hardware forum. Hopefully a moderator will move it for you.

Bert 01-22-2003 04:33 PM

Emacs in syntax highlight mode is the mother of all development IDEs. It has context sensitive highlighting, auto indentation and provides 'mule' output (which means it gives you no more, no less than the stderr from attempting to compile).

Oh, and I guarantee it's much faster than anything from KDE and GNOME.

I like vi too BTW.


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