I want to use gedit as a programming IDE and as a regular text editor. Would I be able to make some .desktop file to load a different configuration?
I'm using Gedit to program C and CPP, and I've enabled auto indentation in Edit->Pref. However, it still doesn't work. Is there anything I can do?
Is there anyway to create (C++ or C#) windows console applications inside Ubuntu's IDE (e.g Anjuta) and compile it for Windows?
Possible Duplicate: C programing suites/IDEs What is the best IDE for C + GTK2 programming? I currently use gedit and try MonoDevelop.
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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 ...
I would like to replace the non-open lpcxpresso IDE with a free IDE. Any pointers how to do it best? How can I point one of the existing IDEs to use the arm gcc compiler?
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.
I think the title explains it already...
I'm trying to use gedit as my main editor, and am looking for help with some tricky features. For each of the following, can people help me out with how to install and configure the feature? code ...