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At home I use Visual C++ 2008 Express on Vista.
On my EEE PC 701 I use GCC and Vim on Ubuntu.
At work I use Visual Studio 2005 (moving to 2008) on XP. Mostly for C# right now.

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For the day job: Visual Studio 2005 Team Suite (specifically C#) on Windows Vista.
For the hobby XNA stuff: Visual Studio 2005 Team Suite (again, C#) (soon 2008 when XNA GS 3.0 comes out) on both Vista and XP.
For the hobby iPhone/OS X stuff: Objective-C using Xcode 3.1 on OS X 10.5.4.

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At the moment my research work is mainly using command line Python with a variety of code editors (no IDE), and C and C++ code compiled with gcc and g++.

Game Development was in C++ using Xcode for Mac OS X as my primary dev platform, and Code::Blocks for the Windows port.

When I get back into game development in a month I'll be looking for a good Python IDE - I'm leaning towards Komodo as it doubles as a PHP and HTML/CSS IDE for web work, but I'll need to trial it first.

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since the first release, i used c# express edition and c++ express edition (and the web developer etc..)

now, that i got access to a quite cheap vs2008, i use visual studio 2008 (standard) + visual svn + xna 3.0 gamestudio (ctp).

i like the extensions-possibility of the full vs. svn integration is awesome :)

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At the moment my research work is mainly using command line Python with a variety of code editors (no IDE), and C and C++ code compiled with gcc and g++.

Game Development was in C++ using Xcode for Mac OS X as my primary dev platform, and Code::Blocks for the Windows port.

When I get back into game development in a month I'll be looking for a good Python IDE - I'm leaning towards Komodo as it doubles as a PHP and HTML/CSS IDE for web work, but I'll need to trial it first.


Just a rough guess, working on something related to biology?

Useing GCC and visual studio myself.

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Just a rough guess, working on something related to biology?

Computer vision actually. I've done most of my stuff in Matlab or C, but this algorithm test seemed suited to Python.

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Just a rough guess, working on something related to biology?

Computer vision actually. I've done most of my stuff in Matlab or C, but this algorithm test seemed suited to Python.


Cool. I work at a medical center, and alot of my colleges who are more in the lab then me, are mostly working with Python to do dna sequences searches etc.

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eclipse for the Java projects at the company, and Xcode for Mac related game engine dev; linux support has fallen asleep in april (need to resurrect it soon), but in general I used eclipse and CDT until then. From that you can guess that gcc/g++ are the used compilers for C/C++.

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ctrl+f "kdevelop", no results, and I was sad...

I personally use KDevelop3 right now, eager to use version 4. But I also keep Kate open for shaders, xml docs, and it does nicely for viewing older code I want to reference too!

If kde4's kate had a makefile plugin like the version for kde3 does, then I would probably use that whilst waiting for kdevelop4.

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I used VC6 Enterprise for many years then I moved to Visual Studio 2008 Pro on Vista at work and at home. I still have to use VC6 though because I have clients that have software written in Visual Basic 6 and VC++ 6.

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