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Feb 5, 2009

IDEs by iritegood at 11:12 PM (968 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. iritegood
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    Member iritegood GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    For teh developers around these parts, which IDE do you prefer (for C/C++)?
    I'm playing around with Visual Studio and Eclipse right now.
     
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    i use visual studio. the compatibility with other languages makes it awesome. C++ is old stuff, move on to c# and oracle.

    EDIT: oh wait are you programing embedded systems or computer software?
     
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    +1 for Visual Studio
     
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    Both. I like C++ more because I think I'll get more use out of it. Especially stuff like homebrew.
    Oh, and I'm kind of runny linux right now. And from what I hear, Mono isn't that great.
     
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    yeah C/C++ is a nice basic little language. mono's cool..compatible with a lotta dot net stuff.

    though with embedded systems you'll be using a lot more c.

    i dunno if mono has this but C# on visual studio suggests/completes syntax as you type.

    in the end it's going to depend on what company you're working for cuz each one uses their own standards and whatnot.
     
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    Eclipse
    Kdevelop
    Anjuta
    code::blocks

    are all pretty good
     
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    +1 for visual studio
     
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    I prefer vim/gcc/make [​IMG]
     

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