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encountered this open source IDE recently, quite nice imo.

http://sharpdevelop.net/OpenSource/SD/Download/


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Post 26 May 2011, 13:58
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I think I'd prefer native Code::Blocks over any C# app. Running .net apps under Linux/Mono is still problematic.
Post 26 May 2011, 14:03
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vid, been trying to learn something different lately, this ide just looks like lite version of ms visual studio, which is "attractive" Smile

i try skipping c# or f# or google go, but it seems, market demands fast RAD type software, (basically everything they need is more to business related database input process output), rarely go to algorithm based.

RAD, there are just few languages out there that could provide experience like this.
Post 26 May 2011, 14:19
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Why not use Microsoft Visual Studio? The 2008 version is free for non comercial use. You can use it for learning and personal staf.

I tried tu use Delphi and C# for datebases and it was a quite pain in the ass. For datebase I prefare mysql with php. It's a lot more easier to render tables using html form my taste
Post 26 May 2011, 14:25
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sleepsleep
hi enko,

for database i prefer single file based, firebird comes to mind Smile

Enko wrote:

Why not use Microsoft Visual Studio?

becoz it seems bulk.... and i more to commercial based solution.
Post 26 May 2011, 14:54
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Sure it looks pretty, but a good IDE should not be OS or language dependant.
I would love to try the new VS but its way too big, and no commercial apps, wtf?
Since i prefer to hack in C then GCC is my choice.
Although i think the AT&T assembler syntax sucks.

My dev kit is very minimal:
editor -- notepad
assembler -- fasm
compiler -- gcc
linker -- ld
maker -- make
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bitshifter wrote:

My dev kit is very minimal:
editor -- notepad
assembler -- fasm
compiler -- gcc
linker -- ld
maker -- make

it might be enough, but how bout the "duration" to deliver a solution?
even a simple application link with database (insert, update, delete) might took lots of time to code...

btw, i just check the NET, it is perfectly legal to sell application that compiled / assembled under ms visual studio express.
Post 26 May 2011, 16:20
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From purely business point of view (price / time) some RAD solution would of course be better in majority of common cases. And in case of huge application consisting of 90% business logic, one that secretary starts in tho morning and closes after her shift ends, this might really be the best solution.

But then when "programmer" of this sort, fast-bred by university for RAD style coding, tries to code some real utility to be used on your machine, it's usually a disaster. Ever tried JDownloader? How long does it take to load, how well does it integrate with your system personalization, and how responsive is it? Result of applying RAD style where it's not due. I still tremble when I remember the .Net utility I had to use for one mobile modem I had to use.

In short, there are things where notepad+gcc is best solution, and there are cases where Java or .NET should be used.
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there's also a vb ide that looks like that, i think its name is sharp develop vb or something, i forgot.
Post 26 May 2011, 17:43
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vid wrote:

But then when "programmer" of this sort, fast-bred by university for RAD style coding, tries to code some real utility to be used on your machine, it's usually a disaster. Ever tried JDownloader?

I prefear USDownloader.
Post 26 May 2011, 20:00
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typedef wrote:
there's also a vb ide that looks like that, i think its name is sharp develop vb or something, i forgot.


you mean monodevelop?
IIRC, it doesn't have GUI designer for VB (only for C#)
Post 27 May 2011, 08:48
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TmX wrote:
typedef wrote:
there's also a vb ide that looks like that, i think its name is sharp develop vb or something, i forgot.


you mean monodevelop?
IIRC, it doesn't have GUI designer for VB (only for C#)


Haha.. It's the same thing,, lol Very Happy Very Happy Silly me

http://sharpdevelop.net/opensource/sd/

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