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#26 2005-12-29 19:01:17

Mr Green
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Re: Most versatile IDE with multiple language support IYO ?

errr cos xerxes2 wrote it ... its waaay cool

O & I like nano too ;-)

Not found an IDE that I like..... ;-(

But then do you need 'em ....

Scite is not bad

Never got the hang of vi vim gvim thing ....

its not the editor/IDE that counts its the person using it ..

Cactus is the coding dude ....

/me passes him a cold beer


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#27 2005-12-29 19:07:28

Komodo
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Re: Most versatile IDE with multiple language support IYO ?

Mr Green wrote:

Cactus is the coding dude ....

/me passes him a cold beer

Agreed... plus he gets bonus points for PRIMAL being a way-cool acronym big_smile


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#28 2005-12-29 19:58:36

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Re: Most versatile IDE with multiple language support IYO ?

SleepyDog wrote:

Isn't unix supposed to be an IDE?

I'd give you a + or two if this was /.

Seriously, just break apart the acronym: Integrated Development Environment. I set up Kate to have a list of all the source files I'm using, it edits those files, and then I can click the terminal button to open up a terminal pane and I type in "scons" and my program is built, "out" and my program is running. I don't see the difference in me typing "scons" and clicking a toolbar button. Vim is the same way, I can always just ":!scons" it and I'm done. Seems integrated to me, I never have to leave the editor.

The difference between Kate, Vim, etc. and an IDE such as Anjuta, Eclipse, or *gasp* KDevelop is simply the functionality you desire. I personally don't have any use for "functionality" that gets in the way of how I code (such as Makefiles and such when I use SCons) and I don't have any reason to sit and wait for Eclipse to suck up half my RAM.

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#29 2005-12-29 22:47:15

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Re: Most versatile IDE with multiple language support IYO ?

cactus wrote:

You answered yourself phakture. That is exactly what differentiates and ide. You can access things "inside" the interface.

:make in vim, grab a gdb plugin and :GdbInit or something becomes a command, and viola

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#30 2005-12-29 23:08:55

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Re: Most versatile IDE with multiple language support IYO ?

phrakture wrote:

:make in vim, grab a gdb plugin and :GdbInit or something becomes a command, and viola

What, once you call make from within vim, it produces a viola?! Wow... I'm gonna go open a music shop tongue


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#31 2005-12-29 23:16:13

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Re: Most versatile IDE with multiple language support IYO ?

phrakture wrote:
cactus wrote:

You answered yourself phakture. That is exactly what differentiates and ide. You can access things "inside" the interface.

:make in vim, grab a gdb plugin and :GdbInit or something becomes a command, and viola

and vim becomes an IDE.
umm.., and clarinet.
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#32 2005-12-29 23:37:29

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Re: Most versatile IDE with multiple language support IYO ?

Yes yes, my typo is very mockable.... i hate you all 8)

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#33 2005-12-30 00:41:07

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Re: Most versatile IDE with multiple language support IYO ?

Ahahaha,  that totally made my day!  lol

Ah, the joys of schoolboy ribbing...


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#34 2005-12-30 05:39:08

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Re: Most versatile IDE with multiple language support IYO ?

So kate's a kazoo?

I use Kate and for slightly bigger things i'll use a stripped down kdevelop. The cool thing is that they both use the same text widget, so the desert theme I ported to it rocks on both of them big_smile

I also ported desert to konsole and .xdefaults (xterm and co)

Desert pwns!

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#35 2005-12-30 11:40:01

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Re: Most versatile IDE with multiple language support IYO ?

iphitus wrote:

I also ported desert to konsole and .xdefaults (xterm and co)

I've ported it to xterm and urxvt too... awesome theme, isn't it. I'll post it in phrakture's colorscheme thread when I can be bothered to edit screenshots in the GIMP tongue


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#36 2005-12-30 16:30:23

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Re: Most versatile IDE with multiple language support IYO ?

iphitus wrote:

I also ported desert to konsole and .xdefaults (xterm and co)

Ok fool, so post it here:
http://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?t=17432

No one likes my terminal color schemes...

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#37 2005-12-30 16:39:11

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Re: Most versatile IDE with multiple language support IYO ?

phrakture wrote:

No one likes my terminal color schemes...

The one you posted looks really decent in the screeny, but I tried it with urxvt and was unimpressed; I didn't change my background colour though, which is important for a colorscheme to look good.


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#38 2005-12-31 21:36:35

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Re: Most versatile IDE with multiple language support IYO ?

I thought I was the only one infatuated with desert big_smile .

I'm by no means any kind of coder of merit. I do very small projects and scripts, all of which could be done hella better. Yet, I want to add that, when trying to improve anything I do, IDE's have gotten in the way more than a collection of simple tools. Even on the windows box at work, I install gvim and whatever compiler is neccessary for the language and I'm ready to go. Just copy down the vimrc file I have on my web server to get everything going, all very clean and efficient.


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#39 2006-01-01 05:52:02

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Re: Most versatile IDE with multiple language support IYO ?

Have you ever tried actually compiling something on Windows? Talk about getting in your way. For something that claims to be user friendly it's so frustrating, vomit-inducing, hair-pulling, angering, suicide inducing, scream at the top of your lungs difficult to get anything to work correctly.

Obviously, Windows is NOT an IDE. I do understand the workplace and its usual lack of competent OS's.

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#40 2006-01-01 21:22:59

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Re: Most versatile IDE with multiple language support IYO ?

Aye, its painful. It hurts in the bad way. Even with cygwin...it still hurts in the bad way lol. You do what you can though.


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