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Anyone use it? Should I install it? I''m installing GTK to see how it looks...

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Id sugggest taking a look at Eclipse (eclipse.org) it runs on windows and linux. It has plugins for Java/C++ and alot of other languages.BUT it also requires GTK (on linux)

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I''m using Anjuta only as an editor. One thing I like about it is its ability to expand or collapse the code view for various scopes.

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Original post by Raduprv
I tried Anjuta a little, but I didn't find how to actually COMPILE the project with it, so I made a compile.sh thingy, by myself.

Height Map Editor | Eternal lands


LOL.

I have my Slackware instaled on a 1.5GB partition, and I have only 400MB free, so I thought I could install the gtk and dependencies by hand, but I couldn't because ORBit refuses to configure itself ("Linking is badly borked on your system" WTF!??). So I guess I will continue using Motor . The best (console based) project handler, code editing app I've found so far.

[edited by - xaxa on February 8, 2003 8:57:50 PM]

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Original post by Erluk
I''m using Anjuta only as an editor. One thing I like about it is its ability to expand or collapse the code view for various scopes.


If that''s only why you use anjuta,try SciTE, is made with the same edit component,Scintilla

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If that''s only why you use anjuta,try SciTE, is made with the same edit component,Scintilla


Thanks for the hint, but I will continue using Anjuta as it has tabs, too.

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I installed KDE3 and KDevelop. I think this is the best i''ve seen arrownd for desktop and development.

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