[CALUG] Best programming application
steven.gelsie at jhuapl.edu
Fri Nov 18 14:13:55 CST 2005
Nedit http://www.nedit.org/ and xemacs.
Hugh Brown wrote:
>On 11/18/05, Carlos Astrada <castrada at comcast.net> wrote:
>>What are the best applications for programming in linux? Specifically, I
>>am looking at programming in C, C++, and python.
>The ones that come to my mind (I'm not a programmer, I've just done sysadmin
>support for them in the past) are:
>vi, emacs, Eclipse (I know it's Java mostly, but it seems like it has been
>branching out), and KDevelop
>I don't make any claims about any of the above being "best" for your needs,
>merely what's used/available.
>What am I missing?
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