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I currently use DevCpp under XP. But the integrated debugger (that wraps gdb.exe as far as I know) is really buggy. I know there is a separate one called Insight. Any worth ? Can I debug SIMD stuff and see the registers ? What's the best under Windows or Linux ? I'd prefer under Windows since I can compare my Visual and gcc bersions under the same session. [edited by - Charles B on June 9, 2004 7:55:49 AM]

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Can''t say under windows, but I use KDevelop under Linux. It''s the best I''ve tried so far.

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Isn''t there some kind of DEV Studio for MinGW? Check out the mingw web site...I think they have info there.

I like GVim and make :-)

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Anjuta is exactly like DevCpp

KDE is horrible piece of crap don''t install it unless you have to.

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I think the Borland C++ BuilderX is a very good IDE. In fact, I think it''s the best (for my purposes) IDE ever. You can use pretty much any compiler with it, even the MSVC compiler. (Yes, Borlands compiler ad MingW too) You can also use multiple compilers for the same project to do different builds!

The personal edition is free, get it here http://www.borland.com/cbuilderx/personal/index.html
Available for both Windows and Linux (and Solaris as well).

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I''ve been looking for info on how to integrate microsofts free tools with eclipse cdt. Anyone done the hard work of getting it working?

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KDE is horrible piece of crap don''t install it unless you have to.


What a wonderful, informative opinion. How about you start giving substance to your quite hostile views?

On the otherhand, I quite like KDE. Besides, this thread isn''t about what widget set to use is it? It''s about IDE''s.

I remember trying Eclipse, didn''t really seem very good to me ( well, compared to KDevelop - or I just didn''t like it ). But hey, each to their own.

You have to remember that you''re unique, just like everybody else.

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try Mingw Developer Studio. Both Linux and Windoze versions work pretty well. The debugger is pretty neat also.


I like MinGW Dev Studio but the debugger doesn''t really seem to work. I much prefer using Insight, which you should be able to use to debug ASM code and it''s got tools for looking at registers, memory etc.

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That looks like a nice IDE. Gonna try that out soon

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Original post by owl
try Mingw Developer Studio. Both Linux and Windoze versions work pretty well. The debugger is pretty neat also.


I like MinGW Dev Studio but the debugger doesn''t really seem to work. I much prefer using Insight, which you should be able to use to debug ASM code and it''s got tools for looking at registers, memory etc.


yap, that''s something MGWStudio doesn''t have. But not everyone knows asm to make that feature be worthy.

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