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#1 2004-08-17 08:01:23

dunix
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C++ Editor

Im looking for a c++ editor, i would like something like Borland or Dev-c++

Anyone know an editor thats something like that.. ?


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#2 2004-08-17 08:42:57

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Re: C++ Editor

try anjuta


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#3 2004-08-17 10:02:00

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Re: C++ Editor

If you want a C++ editor, you can almost use any text editor in linux (vi, emacs, kedit, gnome stuff - which I don't know).

If you want an Integrated Development Environment, try KDevelop or anjuta.

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#4 2004-08-17 13:18:19

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Re: C++ Editor

i use vim in console, kwrite/kate in X (make sure, your console has colors :-) )


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#5 2004-08-17 13:22:56

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Re: C++ Editor

Scite......


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#6 2004-08-19 11:02:19

dunix
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Re: C++ Editor

Thanks guys, ill try those...

i know i could use nano or vi or texteditor of my choice but i was really looking for something grafical like Dev-C++ or borland


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#7 2004-08-19 11:08:56

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Re: C++ Editor

dunix wrote:

Thanks guys, ill try those...

i know i could use nano or vi or texteditor of my choice but i was really looking for something grafical like Dev-C++ or borland

kwrite is something graphical highlighting your code - what do you need more? :-)

i forgot to mention: there is also gvim and nedit

http://www.archlinux.org/packages.php?s … ate=&pp=50

and if you want a suite for dev, then kdevelop is big enough :-)


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#8 2004-08-19 11:13:46

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Re: C++ Editor

I found Anjuta to my liking thanks

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#9 2004-08-19 11:21:23

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Re: C++ Editor

dunix wrote:

I found Anjuta to my liking thanks

Eval CoDeR INC

that's a whole IDE !! but if you like it, its ok (for me, it has a way too much momentum starting)


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#10 2004-09-08 18:42:18

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Re: C++ Editor

im here again...

Im looking for another editor, somthing like Ultraedit in windows, but everytime i say that, people tell me to use emacs, but that program blows... What I need is an editor that can highlight c++ language and thats able to ftp to the mud(Multi user dungeon) I code on...

I really like the looks of Kate, but doesn't seem to work on gnome...

Anyone ?


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#11 2004-09-08 19:24:08

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Re: C++ Editor

you could use midnight commander's integrated editor, by using it you can logon to a ftp server and edit documents on-the-fly wink

Read about/get it here:
http://www.ibiblio.org/mc/


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#12 2004-09-08 19:28:51

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Re: C++ Editor

valberg wrote:

you could use midnight commander's integrated editor, by using it you can logon to a ftp server and edit documents on-the-fly wink

Read about/get it here:
http://www.ibiblio.org/mc/

this can also be done using konqueror + kate


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#13 2004-09-08 19:59:36

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Re: C++ Editor

dp wrote:
valberg wrote:

you could use midnight commander's integrated editor, by using it you can logon to a ftp server and edit documents on-the-fly wink

Read about/get it here:
http://www.ibiblio.org/mc/

this can also be done using konqueror + kate

or by using nano on the remote server tongue


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#14 2004-09-08 20:01:37

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Re: C++ Editor

oscar_ wrote:
dp wrote:
valberg wrote:

you could use midnight commander's integrated editor, by using it you can logon to a ftp server and edit documents on-the-fly wink

Read about/get it here:
http://www.ibiblio.org/mc/

this can also be done using konqueror + kate

or by using nano on the remote server tongue

well yeah maybe, but mc is just faster and sexier tongue (or something)


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#15 2004-09-08 21:00:28

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Re: C++ Editor

yeah but i would really like something that has both things in one....


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#16 2004-09-08 21:32:53

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Re: C++ Editor

dunix wrote:

yeah but i would really like something that has both things in one....

an editor that can edit and transfer the files to the right place?
here i agree to oscar_: use an editor on the remote server (vim is installed everywwhere hopefully, and it also has nice color-highlighting) is the simpliest way to go


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#17 2004-09-08 22:57:33

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Re: C++ Editor

Bluefish is very ultraedit-like.  Quite similar.  I use bluefish for my website coding, but it has syntax coloring for a variety of languages.  Doesn't upload files, though, but it's very nice.

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#18 2004-09-11 08:49:16

dunix
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Re: C++ Editor

Im not sure where  i saw it, but after a search in a month i found Jedit, seems like what i needed thanks for all the help:)


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#19 2004-09-11 18:54:42

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Re: C++ Editor

Mr Green wrote:

Scite......

Mr Green, I like Scite and use Anjuta as an IDE {yes, Scintilla based}

Scite is a text editor and now lives under GTK2. the only problem I have is the bad fonts it uses. I love GNOME fonts. I go and set to Global.Options or how the f--k that file is the names of the font, but Scite still sucks on fonts.

does ANYONE has a good font setting in that thing called Sicte. not to small, not too bold, just like Anjuta smile

or, please allow us to prelink Anjuta which ATM is not possible because of:
$ sudo prelink /opt/gnome/bin/anjuta
prelink: /opt/gnome/bin/anjuta: Cannot prelink against non-PIC shared library /usr/lib/libz.so.1

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#20 2004-09-19 20:20:06

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Re: C++ Editor

zeppelin wrote:
Mr Green wrote:

Scite......

Mr Green, I like Scite and use Anjuta as an IDE {yes, Scintilla based}

Scite is a text editor and now lives under GTK2. the only problem I have is the bad fonts it uses. I love GNOME fonts. I go and set to Global.Options or how the f--k that file is the names of the font, but Scite still sucks on fonts.

does ANYONE has a good font setting in that thing called Sicte. not to small, not too bold, just like Anjuta smile

or, please allow us to prelink Anjuta which ATM is not possible because of:
$ sudo prelink /opt/gnome/bin/anjuta
prelink: /opt/gnome/bin/anjuta: Cannot prelink against non-PIC shared library /usr/lib/libz.so.1

For all Scite Users, I found how to change the fonts the Scite uses.. open Scite as root, and then go to Option edit properties, and select Open cpp.properties.. look for a section called if PLAT_GTK

and replace it with the following:


if PLAT_GTK

#    command.help.$(file.patterns.cpp)=man $(CurrentWord) | col -b
        font.face=!Bitstream Vera Sans Mono
    font_size.big=12
    font_size.small=10
    font_size.verysmall=8

    font.base=font:$(font.face),size:$(font_size.big)
    font.small=font:$(font.face),size:$(font_size.small)
    font.verysmall=font:$(font.face),size:$(font_size.verysmall)
    font.comment=$(font.small)
    font.code.comment.box=$(font.comment)
    font.code.comment.line=$(font.comment)
    font.code.comment.doc=$(font.comment)
    font.text=$(font.small)
    font.text.comment=$(font.small)
    font.embedded.base=$(font.small)
    font.embedded.comment=$(font.small)
    font.monospace=$(font.small)
    font.vbs=$(font.monospace)
        font.js=$(font.monospace)

Save and voila!  nice fonts wink

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#21 2004-09-20 10:38:47

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Re: C++ Editor

thanks, man! smile


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