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 Post subject: IDE directory
PostPosted: Wed Sep 23, 2009 12:18 pm 
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Directory of IDEs for various languages

Quick note – an IDE is an Integrated Development Environment. Oftentimes, people confuse “IDE” with “Compiler”. The IDE is what you write your projects in, and it will compile it for you.

If you'd like to suggest one, post a reply and I'll add it to the list! If you could give a little description that would help, too!

C++

Bloodshed DevC++ Free!
http://www.bloodshed.net/

Code::Blocks Free!
http://www.codeblocks.org/

Visual C++ Express Free!
http://www.microsoft.com/express/download/

C#

Visual C# Express Free!
http://www.microsoft.com/express/download/

Java

NetBeans Free!
http://www.netbeans.org/

Eclipse Free!
http://www.eclipse.org/
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Python

SPE
http://pythonide.blogspot.com/
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 Post subject: Re: IDE directory
PostPosted: Wed Sep 23, 2009 7:22 pm 
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A little note you might want to add next to Dev-C++.. I haven't personally used Dev-C++ in years (though it is what I started with), but I've heard recently that it's now very outdated and discontinued. I've often seen recent forum posts warding new users away from using it.

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i recommend Qt creator. the best ide i have ever used and its cross platform with easy access to the Qt libs and full documentation of Qt built in but you can use it for any project you like ( c++ )

Qt Creator !!! :mrgreen:

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 28, 2010 10:40 pm 
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WSP_SNIPER wrote:
i recommend Qt creator. the best ide i have ever used and its cross platform with easy access to the Qt libs and full documentation of Qt built in but you can use it for any project you like ( c++ )

Qt Creator !!! :mrgreen:

I second this

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 Post subject: Re: IDE directory
PostPosted: Sat Aug 28, 2010 10:50 pm 
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eatcomics wrote:
WSP_SNIPER wrote:
i recommend Qt creator. the best ide i have ever used and its cross platform with easy access to the Qt libs and full documentation of Qt built in but you can use it for any project you like ( c++ )

Qt Creator !!! :mrgreen:

I second this

third'd, it's fucking awesome.

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 Post subject: Re: IDE directory
PostPosted: Sun Aug 29, 2010 5:31 pm 
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oh and for python i use eclipse... well the only python i did was an exporting and importing script for my 3d model format in blender i found eclipse super nice for python ( you have to get a plugin for it to work )

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Notepad++ doesn't compile (as far as I know?), but I think it deserves a mention somewhere.


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Farmrush wrote:
Notepad++ doesn't compile (as far as I know?), but I think it deserves a mention somewhere.


ya i like notepad++ it is nice for browsing someone elses src code. and i use it when i do asm... which isent often lol

another one to mention is programmers notepad. best homebrew ide there is :)

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Farmrush wrote:
Notepad++ doesn't compile (as far as I know?), but I think it deserves a mention somewhere.

There is an extension/plug-in that comes by default called NppExec (plugins > NppExec > Execute) that allows you to call commands/execute files using parameters with some special variables for current files, directories and such. So you can compile by using that with some configuration, it's actually really useful as an IDE for some compilers that don't have any supported IDEs (ie. command line only compilers) since it doesn't require any addons to make it possible, and you can also bind different configurations/NppExec scripts to macros so you can compile by using Fkeys =]

As an example (just if anyone is interested): spcomp.exe takes single script file as input (*.sp), outputs bytecode file of the same name (with extension *.smx):
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npp_save
set $(SM_PATH) = C:\cs_srcds\cstrike\addons\sourcemod
cd $(CURRENT_DIRECTORY)
cls
"$(SM_PATH)\scripting\spcomp.exe" "$(FULL_CURRENT_PATH)"
cmd /q /c copy "$(CURRENT_DIRECTORY)\$(NAME_PART).smx" "$(SM_PATH)\plugins\$(NAME_PART).smx"

So in the example: save current tabbed file -> cd to where that file exists -> call spcomp.exe compiler with the full filename -> copy the output file using the filename w/o extension to a different location.

Might save someone the headache I went through trying to set up an IDE for some simple compile tasks (probably too primitive for compilers requiring multiple file inputs). More @ NppExec docs.


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 Post subject: Re: IDE directory
PostPosted: Tue Aug 31, 2010 4:16 pm 
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alright i just heard about wxDev c++ and am trying it out, its an extention to Dev c++ with an svn... i may do some work on it if possiable :)

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