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What is your favorite general programming editor?
Vim
22%
 22%  [ 14 ]
Emacs
7%
 7%  [ 5 ]
Notepad++
26%
 26%  [ 17 ]
Crimson
7%
 7%  [ 5 ]
Other
34%
 34%  [ 22 ]
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polygon7



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My favorite is Code::Blocks - http://www.codeblocks.org (use nightly builds). It's really cool.

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Post 29 Oct 2006, 22:16
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OzzY



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Hi!
I'm trying to install COdeBlocks here for C++ development.
Since Dev-C++ seems to be a dead project I decided to try CB.
It seems it hasn't been updated for long time. So I have to use the nightly builds. So how to install them? Do I have to install the full RC2 and install the nighly buils over it?

Thanks
Post 05 Nov 2006, 20:51
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polygon7



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OzzY wrote:
Hi!
I'm trying to install COdeBlocks here for C++ development.
Since Dev-C++ seems to be a dead project I decided to try CB.
It seems it hasn't been updated for long time. So I have to use the nightly builds. So how to install them? Do I have to install the full RC2 and install the nighly buils over it?

Thanks

Don't install RC2, just download C::B from: http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php?topic=4388.0
with all needed libraries. Smile

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Post 06 Nov 2006, 19:07
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OzzY



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Thanks!
I installed, but it seems not complete yet. Can't get code completion to work (which is for me a MUST HAVE feature for any IDE or editor.
Post 06 Nov 2006, 22:16
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polygon7



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OzzY wrote:
Thanks!
I installed, but it seems not complete yet. Can't get code completion to work (which is for me a MUST HAVE feature for any IDE or editor.

Try to change values at Settings -> Editor -> Code completion and symbol browser, for example "delay" to 300ms (or lower), and "automatically launch when typed # letters" to 3. If code completion window don't pop-up, then try ctrl+space, it should work.

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Post 06 Nov 2006, 22:53
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OzzY



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I got to work now. It's not automatic (I have to press at least one character for the call tips be showed). But it's OK!
Thanks a lot!
Now I can safely substitute Dev-C++. And also use CodeBlocks with updated Mingw.
Just for curiosity... what compiler(s) are you using with CodeBlocks?
I like Mingw, but I'm searching for something more optimal. Have you tried Digital Mars C++ yet?
Post 08 Nov 2006, 00:10
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OzzY wrote:
I got to work now. It's not automatic (I have to press at least one character for the call tips be showed). But it's OK!
Thanks a lot!
Now I can safely substitute Dev-C++. And also use CodeBlocks with updated Mingw.
Just for curiosity... what compiler(s) are you using with CodeBlocks?
I like Mingw, but I'm searching for something more optimal. Have you tried Digital Mars C++ yet?

On Windows I use MS VC ToolKit 2003 + PSDK and Open Watcom, on Linux I use gcc 4.1. I haven't tried Digital Mars C++ yet.

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rugxulo



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Ozzy, C++ is even less low level than C, so you're going to lose some optimization in favor of readability/terseness/etc. (Besides, you are on an assembly forum, so most people here would say just write it in, or the most time critical part at least, in asm).

If you don't like GCC (which is pretty good), I'd suggest OpenWatcom (1.6 is the latest). Or check out Lightweight C++ or Tendra.


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Post 09 Nov 2006, 03:37
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hckr83



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I use Code::Blocks for everything cept html/php, I use notepad for those
Post 12 Nov 2006, 08:34
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Aster!x



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Post 12 Nov 2006, 19:18
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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LocoDelAssembly
Quote:
Crimson Editor Source Code


Crimson Editor 3.71 Source (Dec. 30, 2006, 840KB) - Now it is open source
Hint) Crimson Editor can be compiled with Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0
Post 04 Apr 2007, 01:12
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OzzY



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@rugxulo: Is Lightweight C++ available for windows?
Post 04 Apr 2007, 13:52
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vid
Verbosity in development


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vid
I downloaded Code::Blocks, looks really great at first sight. Maybe i will spot some problems with longer-term usage
Post 04 Apr 2007, 14:24
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OzzY



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I don't know why, I like Dev-C++ more than Code Blocks.
I don't like the nightly builds thing of Code Blocks. I think they should release a stable version, because they haven't done that for lot of time. Also Code Blocks' code completion doesn't work well.
It's really sad that Dev-C++ isn't developed anymore. It was really nice IDE.

So, I'm still looking for a lightweight editor with code completion for C++.
Dev-C++ is not developed anymore and has no future.
Any sugestions?
Post 05 Apr 2007, 15:01
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crc



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I use "Tex4u" Editor its the same one as used in the Matrix


Interesting, given that the scene from the Matrix is actually a use of nmap at a command line Smile
Post 22 Apr 2007, 01:25
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Picnic



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Picnic
I am using Crimson Editor Very Happy
Post 27 May 2007, 12:23
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Dex4u



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crc wrote:
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I use "Tex4u" Editor its the same one as used in the Matrix


Interesting, given that the scene from the Matrix is actually a use of nmap at a command line Smile

But if you look carefully you will see that Tex4u is crossed out and Nmap is put in:
http://www.dex4u.com/etc/matrix.jpg
Post 28 May 2007, 01:54
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DustWolf



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VIM with syntax highlighting enabled and added file for FASM syntax highlighting. ^^

dex4u: That's an old joke isn't it?
Post 29 May 2007, 10:30
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Dex4u



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Dex4u
DustWolf wrote:
VIM with syntax highlighting enabled and added file for FASM syntax highlighting. ^^

dex4u: That's an old joke isn't it?


Its not as old as VIM
Post 29 May 2007, 16:58
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Mac2004



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Mac2004
Textpad4 is my choice of editor.
Post 13 Jun 2007, 20:33
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