Re: [OFFTOPIC] Editor of choice

From: Jon Ridgwell (
Date: 05/16/03

   If you are using a GUI on the linux machine I can definitely recomend Anjuta.
It is a simple to use IDE and definitely makes working on a codebase a hell of a
lot easier.


On Sat, 10 May 2003 14:46:12 -0400
Phillip Ames <> wrote:

> Hi there,
> I need some input from those die-hard Linux users out there.  All the
> development work I've ever done on Circle has been in MSVC++, where I would
> write my code, test it, compile it, and then dump it onto a Linux machine
> for "production" purposes.  I'm trying to change that, though.  I'd like to
> stick exclusively to one platform so I don't have to worry about
> accidentally overwriting my sysdep.h file with the Windows version, etc.
> However I am wont to give up my preferred interface because I have "instant
> access" to all the files just by double clicking on them.  I pondered
> setting up a Samba share, using MSVC++ to edit the files and then have an
> open terminal window to compile but I think that VC will append ^M's to all
> my files and I'm not looking forward to running a dos2unix script on them
> all.  Is there any particular editing "suite" that anyone can recommend that
> will allow me to deal with all the Circle files at once?  Thanks, and sorry
> for the off-topicness of this post.

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