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apt-get install codeblocks Unless you want a newer version and would like to install it via tarball.


I don't think there is a correct answer for this, however, I will throw a non IDE option out there. There is a definition bundle for Sublime Text. This isn't an IDE, but still an option depending on what you prefer. To install Sublime Text 2 in Ubuntu 14.04. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/sublime-text-2 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ...


Eric Python IDE is great and has lots of features like auto completion, error highlighting, debugging and is nicely laid out for managing large projects. You can also design forms. It has everything I need to get started with Python projects. Best of all, it's easy to install with just sudo apt-get install eric or visit the Software Center and install ...


My vote goes to PyCharm. It is really a good IDE for python users. It integrates well with existing projects as well as new projects. It has all the features that anybody would want. The quick highlights for those who haven't yet used:- Autocomplete - Most of the ide/editor provide this. The good is that it does not only suggest the literals existing in ...


Well I found the solution, by disabling the the symbols browser problem is solved. "Settings -> Editor -> Code completion -> Symbols browser -> Disable symbols browser" But anyway it seems to be a problem since same version of code::blocks in Ubuntu 15 works fine.


If you are struggling at this early point in compiling your software, I can't recommend enough, that you install the version from the repositories Open a terminal and run sudo apt-get install arduino


From After downloading it can be unpacked anywhere. […] You will also have to start the Arduino application by opening the folder where you unpacked it to (or integrate it with Ubuntu by providing a .desktop file). In other words, the folder where you extracted the files should have an executable for the IDE.


How to set a default application for random file extensions Do a right click on a single file and select Properties from the context menu. In the properties window select the tab Open with Select an application and choose Set as default

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