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program to use as development suite?

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I have a very rapid, marathon work ethic, and I need a program suite that can assist me in this as far as game development is concerned. Is there a program that can be used to open up other programs from within it with a good interface for this, or will I have to write this myself? Thank you ahead of time for any replies. --EDIT-- And don't worry, I'm not a new guy or anything. I just need some software to get things done quickly. I'll write what I have to though. ================== Benjamin Heath ================== [edited by - Benjamin Heath on October 13, 2003 3:26:03 PM]

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??? Did You try to create a simple dir with shortcuts to apps You use ???
Click-click and you have all apps at once.
You can create key accelerator for application shortcut for example i have ALT+F12 to my MSVC/C++ ???



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[edited by - Estor on October 13, 2003 4:30:35 PM]

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Why didn''t I think of that... :-(

Alright, I''ll make a dir with all these shortcuts to my programs and bookmark it. Batch files or shell scripts can also be put in there for various functions.


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Okay. I''m getting to work.



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Try Emacs! It takes a while to get used to but as far as opening console apps, compiling programs, debugging, etc go it is all available within a few keystrokes.

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