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All you need to do is to run: sudo apt-get update then sudo apt-get upgrade and then sudo apt-get install codeblocks Your repository list isn't up to date, you got update suggestion from Ubuntu. If you want to be Linux programmer I'm recommending you getting LPIC-1 knowledge before you start. It is crucial to understand basics of this system to ...


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For XML Go to Tools>Plugin manager and activate the plugin called XML PrettyPrinter. If that plugin is not available then search for it using apt or synaptic. Once install, run by clicking Tools>PrettyPrinter XML.


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SharpDevelop SharpDevelop is for developing application based on .Net Framework. It does support IronPython and has GUI designer for WinForm, Silverlight, WPF Application. While Visual Studio also has various GUI designer for IronPython, however it doesn't have GUI for WinForm.


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First, make a .desktop file. Edit a file in /usr/share/applications named code.desktop: sudo gedit /usr/share/applications/code.desktop Then type in the following lines: [Desktop Entry] Version=1.0 Name=Visual Studio Code Comment=Visual Studio Code is a source code editor developed by Microsoft for Windows, Linux and OS X. Exec=/home/user/Desktop/VSCode-...


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From the Code::Blocks website, the download page for Linux points to the Code::Blocks Release Builds PPA, which is probably the easiest way to install a reasonably up-to-date version of Code::Blocks. To install Code::Blocks from the aforementioned PPA, do the following: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:damien-moore/codeblocks-stable sudo apt-get update sudo apt-...


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You can try installing the packages manually. Connecting via FTP to the archives with your file manager. Or download manually from the site in the link below. Alternatively install it via GUI with GDEBI by clicking each deb file which will indicate if another package/dependency is missing then install that one first. You can start with Codeblocks and GDEBI ...


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If you plan to develop on ubuntu its beneficial to learn how to compile code from the command line ... even the codeblocks IDE download source code http://www.codeblocks.org/downloads pick file similar to codeblocks_16.01.tar.gz cd into where you wish to expand the tarball and issue tar xvf /path/to/codeblocks_16.01.tar.gz cd codeblocks-16.01....



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