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REQ: Good C file editor under Linux

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manitooo

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I am looking for a good programming environnement, with option like Komodo (but for C programming) or like Source Insight (by the way, which is the Best code file editor IU have ever seen)....


If anyone knows about a good soft like this, I'm very interesting...

Additionnal information, I know about Kdevelopp and other (Visual like soft) but I would like to find a text editor only, and more convivial than Emacs (besides the fact that it is powerfull)

THX in advance for your help and I hope I'm clear enough ;)
 

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Hi, I don't know if you would like nedit. At least I do. A text editor with syntax highlighting, the column block copy/paste function is really nice.

Haven't used komodo at all, I maynot know what you want.
 

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Needle do u know how to make a region in NEDIT [a program in C] and nedit performs automatic indent into this region?

I mean it will re-arrange the spaces so if ihere are smt like:

{
{
aa;
}
}
it will transform it in
{
{
aa
}
}


[i.e. it will move to the right level the corresponding text]?


In emacs there is this function, but I could locate it in NEDIT...

any help would be appreciated...


by the way...I use NEDIT for linux and is really good!
 

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Have a look at the eclipse project w w w.eclipse.org. It supports JAVA by default but there is a C/C++ plugin available on the site and under development. Its open source and runs on microcrap, linux, AIX, Solaris, QNX and HP/UX

C++ plugin here... hxxp://dev.eclipse.org/viewcvs/indextools.cgi/%7Echeckout%7E/cdt-home/downloads/main.html

Oops... you only looking for a text editor....but you may be interested anyway :wink:
 

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nedit is so powerfull. I use it for my both verilog and C designs. Under windows I know textpad, capable of doing the work very well. and it seems that it's producer is now developing a new version of textpad for linux.
 

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Of course every linux, freebsd and *NIX distro have something that can be used to develop C or whatever programs..

its

cat > file.txt << EOF

(try on ur console and start typing whatever u like. If the first 3 letters of the line are
EOF, the entries will be saved on file.txt)


Although some people say that it doesnt have some characteristics that modern text processors have, some hard-core unix users think that is the best tool made :)
 

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Linux C-Code Editor

Hi,

I think Visual Slick Edit is one of the best C-Code Editors! They have a Version for Windows Unix and Linux.
But it isn't free! But if you need I have a key for all Versions!

Phytex

PS: Havea look at h**p://www.slickedit.com
 

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Hi,

I have been using FTE editor. It is free, text based and runs on DOS, Windows, Linux, some Unix variants and OS/2. It's not the perfect editor but I like it. The source code is also available for download.

h**p://fte.sourceforge.net
 

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i thought linux already has a good complier builtin

i thought all linux already has a good complier builtin
 

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bigbrother said:
Needle do u know how to make a region in NEDIT [a program in C] and nedit performs automatic indent into this region?

I mean it will re-arrange the spaces so if ihere are smt like:

{
{
aa;
}
}
it will transform it in
{
{
aa
}
}


[i.e. it will move to the right level the corresponding text]?


In emacs there is this function, but I could locate it in NEDIT...

any help would be appreciated...


by the way...I use NEDIT for linux and is really good!
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I don't know if NEDIT has this function. I would select that paticular rectangular block, cut and paste by indent, or insert a few columns of space right before the block to be indented. Either way, I only need a few mouse clicks.

During the old days of pc-dos, my favorite C text editor was PE2. It is history now.
 

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For a special reason, I didn't choose the NEDIT as my text editor, but maybe you just can do this by pressing Tab key.
NEDIT is designed as a common text editor, it can't do this thing automatically.
I don't know if there is a plug-in for it can do this.
 

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ngjh said:
I havent used it b4 but JEdit might be of interest to you guys
Download free at http://www.jedit.org
jEdit is very good (especially with the Jalopy plugin, also available for Eclipse)
 

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what's wrong with gvim or vim?

It's very powerfull, has syntax highlighting, ...

Antharax
 

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The V IDE for GNU g++ and Java

Hi

The V IDE for GNU g++ and Java


VIDE is the V Integrated Development Environment for the GNU g++ compiler and the standard Sun Java Development Kit. The current release is Version 1.24 for MS-Windows and Linux (RedHat 6.x, 7.x; Mandrake 8.x; others). Executables for MS-Windows 9x/NT and Linux (glibc) are available

1. h**p://www.objectcentral.com/vide.htm
2. h**p://www.objectcentral.com/downloads.htm
3. h**p://objectcentral.com/main.htm



* -> t

tnx



 

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Hmm, what about using KDevelop included in KDE (debian include it in the install cds, the others linux no idea, but probably also they include it)
 

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