[lug] Development environment?

Michael J. Hammel mjhammel at graphics-muse.org
Tue Mar 17 17:10:37 MDT 2009

On Tue, 2009-03-17 at 17:02 -0400, Gordon Golding wrote:
> I tend to edit all sorts of things in different environments.
> Like I use PC IntelliJ for Java, then emacs for c, c++, or emacs or
> notepad for perl, and then notepad or emacs for bsh or ksh or perl or
> tcl - 
> just depends on where I am and what I'm doing that day.
> What's the best environment for doing that kind of mix of stuff?
> What's the best FREE environment?  Is there something cross-platform?

1. Place opener on can
2. Release worms


vi for Java
vi for C
vi for perl
vi for sh (any kind)
vi for tcl

Very cross platform (if you use Cygwin where necessary).
On Unix/Linux: cscope for C and Java.

Real developers don't use C++.  It's a moral issue.
Michael J. Hammel                               
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