jsteve17 at tampabay.rr.com
Thu Oct 5 00:35:30 BST 2000
For a very simple C++ editor try "gide". It's available from gide.pn.org. I
had the same problem as I am trying to learn C++ on my own. This one is very
simple but offers the compile/run options from within the editing window and
output springs up in an xterm. For a debugger don't use gdb by itself.
Download the 'ddd' graphical front end for gdb which is excellent. It is
available from multiple sources on the net. Just search on 'ddd and linux'.
Erik Hjelmås wrote:
> I work at a college where we're considering switching to Linux starting
> with the programming classes. We've used Borlands c++ compiler for the
> last 6-7 years I think. Here's my problem;
> - emacs is to tough for many of the beginners whose just taking one or two
> programming classes
> - kwrite and gcc is a combination, but gdb i to tough as a debugger
> I would like to use Kdevelop from day one, but isn't there any way I can
> program simple C++ programs without creating a whole projects with dousins
> of files?
> Is there any chance Kdevelop will give me this option in the future?
> I would like to use Kdevelop because its seems very easy to both program,
> compile and debug for beginners (and of course offers so much more later
> on in the classes).
> hope this wasn't off topic, if so I apologize
> Erik Hjelmås http://www.hig.no/~erikh erikh at hig.no
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