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Fixit



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Has anyone used FreshIde under Linux in Wine or a Virtual box ?

Thanks.
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Post 04 Sep 2013, 18:55
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HaHaAnonymous wrote:

I am now working to do the opposite as a revenge. Native ready-to-use Linux version and "compile-if-you-want-it" style for Windows without compilation instructions + possible missing/unprepared codes.


I think most of free/open source softwares nowadays are (or were) built with UNIX/Linux on mind first,
and later on Windows. That's why building them on *nix is easier. Smile

On the other hand... have you ever tried compiling Free Pascal?
Building it on Linux and Windows is easy: just call "make". Very convenient.

No need to run ./configure, install bunch of libraries first, several times of bootstrapping etc ala GCC.
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Post 05 Sep 2013, 03:52
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Fixit



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I have been looking for compilers to write code and compile under Linux - specifically OpenSuse if that makes a difference.

I found one GUI compiler that had code examples that you could compile into executables.

But I forgot the name of the program.

Right now I am trying to get an Epson MG 2220 to work under Linux.

I use my modem for faxing and other things and ended up getting a USB model that works under Linux for $26. Internal modem was not supported.

Andy
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Fixit wrote:
I have been looking for compilers to write code and compile under Linux - specifically OpenSuse if that makes a difference.

I found one GUI compiler that had code examples that you could compile into executables.

But I forgot the name of the program.

Right now I am trying to get an Epson MG 2220 to work under Linux.

I use my modem for faxing and other things and ended up getting a USB model that works under Linux for $26. Internal modem was not supported.

Andy

These are only random sentences, aren't they? So I don't have to search any sense in them, do I?
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Fixit



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Sorry for multiple subjects.

How about recommendations for a GUI based compiler for Linux ?
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Endre



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For what programming language?
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ProphetOfDoom



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I use Geany. It's like a lightweight IDE with support for lots of languages, and a built in terminal widget. I like that you can compile/execute code with one click/keypress. So it sort of 'hides' the compiler to some extent. You do need to write a Makefile though if your project gets more complex. I'd be very surprised if it's not in the SUSE repository.

http://www.geany.org
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Fixit



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Thanks ProphetOfDoom,

I will give it a test spin.
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Endre



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If it's about C, C++ then the question is what is more important for you:
1. you want a nice editor which highlights the most programming language and it has one billion options for that, and it even has some excelent editor features,
2. you want a nice editor with which you can browse your code the best (e.g. finding function/variable/etc. definitions).
3. you want a build automation system which handles dependencies properly and can build your program without the need of writing makefiles manually.

I guess NetBeans and Eclipse are more or less such systems which can do each and every of the points above. Probably there are also others but these two are quite mature. I know Eclipse a bit and I can tell you that its code browsing skills are rather good. I've read much about NetBeans, but I've never used it.

On the other hand on non-windows systems only few developers use them for all the tasks mentioned above. And I would not advise you this method either. Try to learn any of the build automation systems (e.g. GNU build system or CMake), with which later you can make your SW more portable. For editor use any of the editors you like and are good at points 1-2.
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JohnFound



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Fixit wrote:
Has anyone used FreshIde under Linux in Wine or a Virtual box ?

Thanks.


Yes, I do all the time. Unfortunately, there is no native Linux version of Fresh IDE v2.x ( v3.x is planned to be fully portable) but it works pretty good with WINE.

Here is a setup manual for Linux that explains how to install and use Fresh IDE under Linux.

If you have questions about some details feel free to ask them here or on my e-mail.

Regards

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