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Old 02-01-2014, 09:58 AM   #136
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Originally Posted by graemef View Post
Maybe that's because it is a fork of gedit
Of course, but it was worth mentioning.
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Originally Posted by hitmen View Post
If I wish to learn perl and bash, will netbeans be ok ?
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I just found ebe and the older ebe-python.
I haven't used them much, but they seem to be a good choice for an ASM IDE.
I found them at
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Not sure how many people play with asm coding but I put together a nasm IDE as a vim plugin here:

The compile/link functions are designed around single file projects as vim already has built-in support for running make.
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There is also the Padre IDE for perl (multiplatform).

And pe is also supported and running in the Haiku platform.
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Padre Perl IDE in CPAN
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what about notepad++?
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Originally Posted by the_question_asker_888 View Post
what about notepad++?
That's for Windows.

It's true that the Programming forum welcomes Windows questions, but this thread is still for Linux software.
Old 01-03-2015, 12:02 AM   #144
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Originally Posted by dugan View Post
That's for Windows.

It's true that the Programming forum welcomes Windows questions, but this thread is still for Linux software.
Not true. It is just a deposit of open/free IDEs. Look at the first post


development, editors, free

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