[RndTbl] IDE for C++

Brian Doob bdoob at acm.org
Fri Jan 27 16:49:23 CST 2006

	I use "NEdit".  It's not an IDE, just a very convenient text editor.  
If you don't mind writing makefiles, it works very well (it is also 
easy to configure).  One of my co-workers uses "Kate".  I think it 
comes with KDE and/or Fedora.  I don't if it has *all* of the features 
of an IDE, but it is pretty close.


On 27-Jan-06, at 4:30 PM, Dan Martin wrote:

> Can anyone recommend a good IDE for C++ development?  If it can handle 
> other languages, that's a bonus.
> I was running Eclipse under FC4 on my pentium 3 - it gets awfully 
> slow, presumably because it runs on Java.  I just switched to 
> kdevelop, it seems a lot faster but I would like to know what's out 
> there before investing a lot of time getting familiar with it.
> -- 
>  -Dan
> Dr. Dan Martin
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