[Nottingham] C++ editor/compiler for Linux

Robert Postill nottingham at mailman.lug.org.uk
Mon Feb 3 15:45:01 2003

There are absolute shedloads of IDEs that may well fit your bill.  You 
might want to checkout Linux Format issue 35 which has a roundup of C++ 
IDEs.  If you want GNOME or KDE then check out Anjuta 
(http://anjuta.org) and KDevlop (http://www.kdevelop.org) respectively. 
  If you're not so keen on tying yourself to a specific environment then 
check out the Code Warrior clones or jEdit (http://www.jedit.org).  Also 
if you remember the old Borland Turbo C++ interface check out xwpe 
(http://freshmeat.net/projects/xwpe-alpha/?topic_id=65) which I don't 
think gets much maintenence but I love it just the same :) [wipes 
nostalgic tear from eye].

Martin Waryniak wrote:
> Hi all,
> just wondering if anybody can recommend a good (free) C++ editor and 
> compiler, preferably both in one program. I have been using emacs and 
> g++ but i wondered if there is program that does both in one package.
> If not, can u integrate g++ into emacs as you can JDE into emacs, so 
> when editing a c++ or java file in emacs, a menu option appears to 
> compile and run?
> Thank you.
> Martin