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I'm having real trouble making the switch from VC to Anjuta. Particularly, how to set up projects to use libraries. I have yet to compile a GTKmm file that doesn't use Anjuta's template. I don't have a problem using the template, but I'd like to know what files are being included. Anyone know of any good tutorials, or should I just learn to compile from the command line and use makefiles? subnet_rx

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I do not think that setting up Anjuta is hard but makefiles has several advantages:
- can be used to build other stuff like datafiles or with LaTeX
- available on all platforms
- lets you pick your favorite tools like editor, ...
- makefiles are easy to understand and change

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