[lug] Development environment?

Davide Del Vento davide.del.vento at gmail.com
Tue Mar 17 17:12:06 MDT 2009

That is kind of a personal question. I think lot of people would say
that Eclipse is the best (and it's cross-platform).

Lot of other would say vi+make+awk+grep+sed+... (and it's not
cross-platform, sometimes it's even difficult to port across different
UNIX flavors). For small project that's what I do.

For larger projects, I like JEdit+some plugins, lighter and with a
easier learning curve than Eclipse (and it's cross-platform too).


On Tue, Mar 17, 2009 at 15:02, Gordon Golding <gordongoldin at aim.com> 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?
> Gordon
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