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Offline Agent007

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How to make Linux programming more comfortable
« on: August 20, 2005, 11:30:24 AM »
Hi guys

I am a newbie Linux programmer. I have the C++ programming experience for Win32 using IDE MS Visual Studio .NET.

I used to comfort of C++ programming.
Good organized Documentation (Index, Search, Filter, for whole documentation library )
Help information:
hints and promptings for example
Function prototypes
Member and scope info when using :: and . or ->
Fast finding definition and declaration of macros variable function and class overall sources available

Started programming in Linux I faced with many troubles related with absence of the above mentioned futures.

Maybe I do not know how to set up them.

I am using  Kdevelop.
What other C\C++ IDEs are good to use.
Eclipse???

Would you please help me with how to get and set up and use (the above mentioned things):
Good documentation library
Good organized Documentation (Index, Search, Filter, for whole documentation library )
Help information:
hints and promptings for example
Function prototypes
Member and scope info when using :: and . or ->
Fast finding definition and declaration of macros variable function and class overall sources available
Automated Indent


PLEASE HELP TO ADAPT IN LINUX PROGRAMMING.
I would very grateful to you guys.
Any help will be appreciated

Offline dragoncity99

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How to make Linux programming more comfortable
« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2005, 12:28:19 PM »
Yes, eclipse is one of the. Another is also know as Anjuta which is an ide too. Personally, i never used Anjuta b4 as it needs Gnome libraries.

I have been using eclipse all the while.

To make it work, Eclipse ( u will need CDT plugin).
Install urself an eclipse first and then CDT plugin.

www.eclipse.org
www.eclipse.org/cdt

Installing CDT is piece a cake, u can get the guid from the url i gave u.

Installing eclipse, very easy too.

1. Get urself a JDK1.4/JDK1.5. Install it. U must add the java bin directory to the environment PATH.

2. Just extract eclipse and double click on the eclipse binary. That's it.


But i must warn u, eclipse CDT is a bit slow in code hinting.

Offline deven_01

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How to make Linux programming more comfortable
« Reply #2 on: October 08, 2005, 06:37:38 AM »
Use K-Develpment
To get more information regarding to that
goto URL : www.kde.org
goto URL : www.google.co.in
Keyword : kdevelopment in kde desktop

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