What IDE do you use in UNIX / LINUX environments?

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What IDE do you use in UNIX / LINUX environments?

Post by mandrake1983 » 27 Jun 2008, 17:24

Hi Dev-Team,

while compiling tmw within Linux can be done in the shell i wonder which kind of IDE you would use for editing code?

When searching the forum i found lots of posts pointing to CODE:BLOCKS for use in Windows Environments, but no word on which IDE to use in Linux.

I dont suppose you use a plain editor to maintain the code file by file, do you? :D

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Re: What IDE do you use in UNIX / LINUX environments?

Post by Jaxad0127 » 27 Jun 2008, 17:54

mandrake1983 wrote:I dont suppose you use a plain editor to maintain the code file by file, do you? :D
I prefer that method. Under Linux (and Windows through X forwarding) I prefer Kate. Under Windows, I like Notepad++.
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Re: What IDE do you use in UNIX / LINUX environments?

Post by Shaggy » 27 Jun 2008, 19:16

An excellent IDE called emacs :lol:
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Re: What IDE do you use in UNIX / LINUX environments?

Post by Lecter » 29 Jun 2008, 01:40

I use Scithe, the stuff on which notepad++ is based on, if I would have more stuff set for it, I would use emacs, but since my emacs would require me to set every little files for every languages, I prefer Scithe then terminal compiling in both windows/unixes.

another good one is VIM
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Re: What IDE do you use in UNIX / LINUX environments?

Post by octalot » 05 Oct 2008, 10:51

I haven't coded on TMW (yet) but recommend CScope or the older CTags. They're plugins to many editors adding jump-to-function support.
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Re: What IDE do you use in UNIX / LINUX environments?

Post by i » 07 Oct 2008, 17:43

Emacs and Eclipse ;)
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Re: What IDE do you use in UNIX / LINUX environments?

Post by trapdoor » 08 Oct 2008, 11:15

I use codeblocks with UNIX, not found anything that comes close to being as good.

I use Xcode on OSX.

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Re: What IDE do you use in UNIX / LINUX environments?

Post by Acegi » 14 Jul 2010, 12:13

Can you use codeblocks to cross compile for linux? I've used codeblocks to compile in windows but in linux I only know to blindly type "./configure, make, make install" having no idea how these magically work. (Failing probably when a new .cpp file is added to the project)
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Re: What IDE do you use in UNIX / LINUX environments?

Post by kook » 14 Jul 2010, 14:46

mcedit
ddd is good ide too
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Re: What IDE do you use in UNIX / LINUX environments?

Post by Jaxad0127 » 14 Jul 2010, 15:47

Acegi wrote:Can you use codeblocks to cross compile for linux? I've used codeblocks to compile in windows but in linux I only know to blindly type "./configure, make, make install" having no idea how these magically work. (Failing probably when a new .cpp file is added to the project)
Should work fine. Even just using make after changes should be enough. Our C::B files do have a Unix target. No guarantees.
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Re: What IDE do you use in UNIX / LINUX environments?

Post by MadCamel » 14 Jul 2010, 18:09

I either use vim or nano, using vim more often lately as it's very friendly to sore wrists :)

Really, on unix the shell itself is sort of an IDE, and a pretty flexible one at that. Tools such as find, grep, sed, awk etc can do some truely amazing things once you get to know them.
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Re: What IDE do you use in UNIX / LINUX environments?

Post by iceslice » 15 Jul 2010, 04:04

notepad++, eclipse, VS, C::B, geany, vim


edit: notepad++, VS for windows
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Re: What IDE do you use in UNIX / LINUX environments?

Post by Bertram » 16 Jul 2010, 13:45

My turn ;)

Windows (XP & 7): Code::blocks, Scite.

Linux (Debian unstable + experimental):
Kdevelop4, Kwrite, QTCreator 2.0 (for QT projects only).

Using Cmake as auto-compile tool preferably.

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Re: What IDE do you use in UNIX / LINUX environments?

Post by trapdoor » 16 Jul 2010, 14:14

code::blocks
QT Creator
Xcode

I hate cmake, its more difficult to get working than making an actual game.
For automated builds I use scons.
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Re: What IDE do you use in UNIX / LINUX environments?

Post by Kage » 16 Jul 2010, 16:09

straight up vim
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