owensavill at compuserve.com
Thu Oct 5 08:00:42 UTC 2000
Red Hat do a nice editor called Source Navigator. It is available from
sources.redhat.com. They are also working on Insight, a graphical front end to
gdb, but it is very definitely beta at the moment !
On Wed, 04 Oct 2000, you wrote:
> 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'.
> Jeff Stephens
> Erik Hjelmås wrote:
> > Hi,
> > 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
> > cheers,
> > /Erik
> > ****************************
> > Erik Hjelmås http://www.hig.no/~erikh erikh at hig.no
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