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BOTOKILLER



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BOTOKILLER
Hi everyone!
Im back Very Happy
I need a C IDE for linux with debugger and preferably a auto-completion and syntax check. Any ideas???

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Post 01 Dec 2011, 05:36
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typedef



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Post 01 Dec 2011, 05:54
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BOTOKILLER



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BOTOKILLER
already thought of that one, its Mustdie only,
I already found what I need - Eclipse CDT + TCC
Post 01 Dec 2011, 06:53
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TmX



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TmX
Just wondering: why did you choose TCC?
I now it's really compact... but does it have any advantages of GCC?
Post 01 Dec 2011, 17:27
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Code::Blocks
Post 01 Dec 2011, 18:31
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f0dder



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TmX wrote:
Just wondering: why did you choose TCC?
I now it's really compact... but does it have any advantages of GCC?
I'm wondering too - are there any good reasons for choosing inferior code generation? Smile

BOTOKILLER: you might also want to have a look at KDevelop. Haven't had the time to test it myself, but screenshots and developer comments makes it look like a decent product.

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Post 01 Dec 2011, 18:37
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addes3



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Definitely Code::Blocks.
Post 02 Dec 2011, 04:05
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f0dder



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addes3 wrote:
Definitely Code::Blocks.
Is that still being actively maintained? Latest release is May 27, 2010.

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Post 02 Dec 2011, 18:29
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dancho



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f0dder wrote:
addes3 wrote:
Definitely Code::Blocks.
Is that still being actively maintained? Latest release is May 27, 2010.


yes,nightly builds subforum :

http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php?PHPSESSID=alj22tfvrn4f8lrhnaihrgg152&board=20.0
Post 02 Dec 2011, 19:14
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OzzY



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Post 02 Dec 2011, 19:21
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SFeLi



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TmX wrote:
Just wondering: why did you choose TCC?

f0dder wrote:
are there any good reasons for choosing inferior code generation?

I’m using TCC to debug my code, because it compiles as fast as fasm does and I like its -run feature.
Post 03 Dec 2011, 10:48
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Matrix



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http://www.geany.org/
Smile
this is quite useful, has customizable options, can compile by pressing f9, then run using f5, also can define custom operations, many features, auto-completion, auto-completion hints...

Code:
Syntax highlighting 
Code folding 
Symbol name auto-completion 
Construct completion/snippets 
Auto-closing of XML and HTML tags 
Call tips 
Many supported filetypes including C, Java, PHP, HTML, Python, Perl, Pascal (full list) 
Symbol lists 
Code navigation 
Build system to compile and execute your code 
Simple project management 
Plugin interface (see Plugins)

Geany is known to run under Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, MacOS X, AIX v5.3, Solaris Express and Windows. More generally, it should run on every platform, which is supported by the GTK libraries. Only the Windows port of Geany is missing some features.
    

oh and its free...
Post 03 Dec 2011, 14:22
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SFeLi



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Matrix, nice. Does it support calltips for WinAPI?
Post 03 Dec 2011, 16:36
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OzzY



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I tried then all and currently CodeLite is the best free C and C++ IDE that runs on Windows and Linux.
Its code completion is better than CodeBlocks'.
Post 04 Dec 2011, 11:51
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Matrix



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SFeLi wrote:
Matrix, nice. Does it support calltips for WinAPI?

don't know, and i only use linux, but you are free to modify it, it's opensource...

OzzY wrote:
I tried then all and currently CodeLite is the best free C and C++ IDE that runs on Windows and Linux.
Its code completion is better than CodeBlocks'.


I won't consider that because of vxwidgets...
i estimate CodeLite to be about at the same level of usefulness as geany, maybe better code completion, but anything can be coded...
Post 04 Dec 2011, 13:16
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BOTOKILLER



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Thanx everyone, Eclipse sucked so I had to choose one of IDEs advised by you. I liked most CodeBlocks, so I'm gonna be using it.
Post 05 Dec 2011, 18:08
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OzzY



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If you want a full framework I highly recommend Ultimate++:

http://www.ultimatepp.org/

This framework is all about efficiency, producing FAST code with a very clean API making use of advanced C++ features.

It features a GUI toolkit, GUI designer, text editor with code completion, SQL library, network library, friendly community, free BSD license. It currently runs on Windows and Linux. Mac OS X port is in development.

I saw huge improvements in my productivity with this while maintaining C++ run time characteristics (no VM, native code, use assembly when needed, etc).
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