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JLink IDE and uploading to a development board

I'm starting to get int the basics of electronics and I have a development board and using a J-Link (Segger) to hopefully debug and upload to the board. The problem is that I cannot figure out how to ...
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Text editor like Adobe Dreamweaver for Ubuntu 13.04

I'm new to this Ubuntu 13.04, and I'm a web designer and developer I used Dreamweaver when I am using windows so can any one help me which of the text editor is best to use which helps me in designing ...
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2answers
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Python startup icon

Using Ubuntu 13.04. I have never coded or know how to. I can only click on a icon and hope it run. Now I want to learn Python 3. I extracted -- Python 3.3.2 xzipped source tarball (for Linux, Unix or ...
0
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1answer
448 views

C++ Compiler Program IDE [duplicate]

I have just installed Ubuntu 12.10 on my old laptop and I want to start working on it. Is there any program like Visual Studio for Ubuntu 12.10?
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1answer
202 views

IDE similar to pelles c on ubuntu 12.10

I'm going to school for IT and computer engineering, I love Ubuntu and I love the IDE Pelles C but I can't seam to find an IDE that will do all that Pelles C does. Now I realize that I may need to ...
2
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1answer
101 views

What's the best approach in migrating currently C# and VB.net (Windows) developed applications?

I would like to start to "translate" my Windows applications to Ubuntu users. These are mainly CRMs or CRM related programs written in VB.net and C#. What would be the best language and IDE for these ...
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2answers
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Programming softwares [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: C programing suites/IDEs Hi I'm new to ubuntu I am a computer science also working with information security. I need a development environment for ...
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3answers
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What options are available for C++ GUI development with Ubuntu?

I know about Qt as an C++ software development framework for front end applications and I am aware of Eclipse as an IDE for Java and C++, but I was wondering if anyone could provide recommendations of ...
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4answers
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What editor is as good as TextPad for compiling and running Java programs?

I want an editor that is as good as TextPad (for Windows) for compiling and running Java programs on Ubuntu 12.04. Please suggest one.
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2answers
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Is there a VHDL Simulator?

I had some work for FPGA on Windows, but now I want to change the platform to Linux. I am looking for some VHDL IDE instead of Xilinx?
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3answers
613 views

Is there an IDE with Inbuilt Browser and terminal?

I'm looking for an IDE which helps me reduce my Alt-Tabbing. At any given time, I've got a Chromium session open (for testing my application), a gedit/geany session for editing, and a dedicated ...
6
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2answers
12k views

A great Python IDE for Ubuntu [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What IDEs are available for Ubuntu? I want to develop Python apps in Ubuntu, and I'm tired of working with gedit one time and another. So I'm trying to find a great ...
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1answer
436 views

Developer studio for ubuntu [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What IDEs are available for Ubuntu? is there any developer tool that is released by canonical for ubuntu like the visual studio for windows which is released by ...
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22answers
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Basic Web Development IDE/Editor like Dreamweaver?

I've used Windows for many years, using Dreamweaver as my editor as it had a file tree which is based on a project (via Local, FTP or SFTP). I need a web development IDE with the following ...
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8answers
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Is there an GUI Designer for python?

Is there a GUI IDE for programming python just like java has netbeans? I wanted one where we could drag & drop test boxes & labels just as we do in swing components using netbeans or eclipse. ...
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24answers
14k views

What IDEs are available for Ubuntu? [closed]

This question exists because it has historical significance, but it is not considered a good, on-topic question for this site, so please do not use it as evidence that you can ask similar questions ...
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5answers
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What is a good setup for LaTeX and R?

I am not sure if this is the proper place for this question, so my apologies if it is not. I want to switch from Windows to Ubuntu, or at least have an additional operating system next to windows. I ...
2
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2answers
484 views

Fortran and C IDE

I am currently working on a Fortran 77 program which includes several C routines, and using the KDevelop 3.5.3 (Using KDE 3.5.11) IDE for that matter. I had to stick to KDevelop 3.5.3 since the newer ...
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5answers
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How could I begin C++ programming on Ubuntu?

I recently switched to Ubuntu from Windows 7. I was previously learning C++ with Microsoft's IDE, Visual Studio. How would I go about programming C++ on Ubuntu, preferably with an IDE?
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2answers
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best ide to write c++ programs [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: C programing suites/IDEs hi, i'm going to write c++ program with a frameworks that uses opengl, opencv, etc. i've tried Eclipse but even it is a great tool for java and ...
15
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4answers
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What IDEs are there for Android development?

I recently bought my first Android phone (HTC Legend). Now I want to develop for it!! :) Is it possible under Ubuntu and what is the best tool? Eclipse or IntelliJ or maybe something else? UPD: It ...
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17answers
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Is there a Visual Studio style tool/IDE?

I have been developing in the windows space with Visual Studio for a while now with work, but I have also been using Ubuntu for a while and am keen to get into some software development for linux. I ...
12
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10answers
13k views

What are some good PHP editors? [closed]

I'm currently using PhpStorm by Idea JetBrains, but its buggy and I'm really looking for something that will allow me to get work done without too much hassle. Please limit one IDE/Editor an answer.
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7answers
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Which IDE should I use for Vala?

I think the title explains it already...