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#ActualGeneralQuery

Posted 13 March 2013 - 12:44 PM

If there was such a thing as the "best" IDE then there would only be one on the market (and everyone would be using it). Clearly this isn't the case and each have their own pros and cons. VS is a mighty fine IDE but of course it's Windows only so if you were working on multiple platforms then it might be more convenient to use a cross-platform IDE (of which there are a few). However, you state that you personally prefer VS so unless you have other requirements not stated in your OP then I see no pressing reason to switch to another.


#2GeneralQuery

Posted 13 March 2013 - 12:44 PM

If there was such a thing as the "best" IDE then there would only be one on the market (and everyone would be using it). Clearly this isn't the case so each have their own pros and cons. VS is a mighty fine IDE but of course it's Windows only so if you were working on multiple platforms then it might be more convenient to use a cross-platform IDE (of which there are a few). However, you state that you personally prefer VS so unless you have other requirements not stated in your OP then I see no pressing reason to switch to another.


#1GeneralQuery

Posted 13 March 2013 - 12:43 PM

If there was such a thing as the "best" IDE then there would only be one on the market (and everyone would be using it). Clearly this isn't the case. VS is a mighty fine IDE but of course it's Windows only so if you were working on multiple platforms then it might be more convenient to use a cross-platform IDE (of which there are a few). However, you state that you personally prefer VS so unless you have other requirements not stated in your OP then I see no pressing reason to switch to another.


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