What is the best C IDE on Linux?
masud at googgun.com
Wed Apr 4 15:45:25 PDT 2001
Actually Xemacs is pretty good: it interfaces with make and the gnu
debuggger very nicely (not that you'd need to debug anything ofcourse
*grin*). http://www.xemacs.org/ should have the latest binaries and
Also if you are used to vi, you may consider vim. It has syntax
high-lighting and is fairly lean (xemacs tends to be a memory pig).
On Wed, 4 Apr 2001, Chris Richard Adams wrote:
> What is the best C development environment on Linux? I am so used to
> great Java IDE's on windows and I want to write a bunch of c programs on
> Linux - redhat - now...but its terrible to go back to plain vi and
> telnet sessions to my server.
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