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You can now try visual studio code. Microsoft's Visual Studio Code is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) with support for Mac, Linux and Windows.


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Download the Powerbase installer script for Visual Studio Code Become root sudo -i Change to your download directory (probably ~/Downloads/) cd /home/*yourusername*/Downloads/ Run the installer script. If there are no errors, it will just exit… sh ./vscodeinstaller.sh That’s it. Nothing special about this one and it should work in any Linux ...


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You can use Ubuntu Make to download and install Visual Studio Code: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-desktop/ubuntu-make sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ubuntu-make Then install Visual Studio Code: umake web visual-studio-code Then click on the Visual studio icon that it automatically places on your launcher. References: ...


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You're probably looking for Anjuta. It's an IDE with Glade built in.


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Microsoft's Visual Studio Code is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) with support for Mac, Linux and Windows.


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cd to the directory where you have downloaded VSCode-linux-x64.zip and run unzip VSCode-linux-x64.zip -d ./vscode to extract the contents of downloaded .zip file to a folder vscode. I did it and it did not give me any error. I could not run it by clicking Code because I am getting -bash: ./Code: cannot execute binary file: Exec format error, mostly because I ...


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Yes, there is. :) Rather different from PyCharm, but Stani's Python Editor is a great IDE for Python and ships with wxGlade (among other useful tools such as Kiki). It can be installed from Ubuntu repositories with: sudo apt-get install spe


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Visual Studio Code doesn't have to be installed, per se. Instead you can unzip the archive wherever you want it, then run the program by double-clicking the file called Code (which is the main executable). Here's a GUI-oriented procedure for doing so: Go to the Visual Studio Code site and click Download Code for Linux. (You should probably also review the ...


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Download Visual Studio Code for Linux Extract it: unzip VSCode-linux-x64.zip -d ~/path/to/VSCode Run the Code executable to open Visual Studio Code (Optional) Create a symbolic link to conveniently run code from the terminal: sudo ln -s /path/to/VSCode/Code /usr/local/bin/code Source: https://code.visualstudio.com/Docs/setup#_linux


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The way I've done it is as follows. Using a terminal: Create a directory for the files and change to this directory: mkdir msvs && cd msvs The directory name is arbitrary. Unpack the zip file in your new folder: unzip ../Downloads/VSCode-linux-x64.zip Run the ide using ./Code & You can also create a desktop link so that you can ...


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Quickly uses Glade as GUI designer. You can use Glade with PyCharm, too.


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I installed PyCharm in ~/bin directory. I created this directory manually. So the IDE files were in a directory like ~/bin/pycharm-community-3.x.x. To update it I did the following, Deleted the folder ~/bin/pycharm-community-3.x.x Deleted the folder ~/.PyCharm30 (directory used by PyCharm for storing settings, caches etc.) Downloaded the latest version of ...


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I believe the best practice is to install all tar balls in /usr/local/src. Also, you don’t have to move the tar ball, you can specify where to unzip to using the -C (change extraction destination?) specifier so it becomes (this assumes the old version is located in /usr/local/src as it should be): sudo tar xzf pycharm-community-4.0.4.tar.gz -C ...



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