250 reputation
1415
bio website http://-
location Australia
age 31
visits member for 4 years
seen Jul 8 at 11:12
Linux user, web developer, writer.

Oct
15
answered What native games are available?
Oct
15
answered What native games are available?
Oct
15
answered What native games are available?
Oct
15
answered What native games are available?
Oct
15
answered What native games are available?
Oct
15
answered What native games are available?
Oct
15
awarded  Supporter
Oct
14
awarded  Scholar
Oct
14
accepted System wide browser protocol handlers?
Oct
13
asked System wide browser protocol handlers?
Oct
13
awarded  Student
Oct
12
comment Is there a Visual Studio style tool/IDE?
Thanks I will have a look at Qt Creator.
Oct
12
comment Is there a Visual Studio style tool/IDE?
Thanks I will definitely investigate python further.
Oct
12
comment Is there a Visual Studio style tool/IDE?
Thanks Lucas, I have used Gedit for some simple c++ and do like that it is lightweight and still seems rather powerful. I also can appreciate the need for the 'right tool' rather than specifically 'all in one'. I am used to the ability to add breakpoints for debugging and that sort of thing so I am also looking for familiar surroundings to help me get started.
Oct
12
awarded  Editor
Oct
12
revised Is there a Visual Studio style tool/IDE?
added 197 characters in body
Oct
12
comment Is there a Visual Studio style tool/IDE?
I notice KDevelop mentioned a few times, I haven't tried it since KDE 4, is it worth trying over something like eclipse (cdt) or netbeans for example?
Oct
12
comment Is there a Visual Studio style tool/IDE?
Thanks. I have looked at python and don't mind it that much. Its a bit of a change to the languages I am used to but that isn't really an issue. These are personal projects and no time frames mean I can afford to delve a bit deeper into a new language.
Oct
12
comment Is there a Visual Studio style tool/IDE?
I like eclipse and have used it a bit in the past. Is there a gui design aspect for gtk or qt?
Oct
12
comment Is there a Visual Studio style tool/IDE?
I should also note. I am not looking for .NET and I am aware of mono. I am also familiar with c++ development and some python, so the language isn't so much relevant as the "all in one" aspect