IDE (Integrated Development Environment)

IDE (Integrated Development Environment)

Post by Parabo » Tue, 27 May 1997 04:00:00



Hi!

I'm doing a research about Java, C, and C++ IDE (Integrated
Development Environment) running either under Unix or MS Windows.  So
besides the well known commercial or shareware products like:

MS Visual C++   (C/C++ IDE under MS Windows)
Borland C++     (C/C++ IDE under MS Windows)
Java Workshop   (Java IDE under MS Windows or Unix)
winIDEA         (C/C++ IDE under MS Windows)
Kawa            (Java IDE under MS Windows)
Java Grider     (Java IDE under MS Windows)

Is there any others I can find?  Particularly, I'm just _dying_ to
locate some IDE running under Unix.  They are pretty rare, aren't
they?

Thx a million for the help!  Pls reply via email as well.

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IDE (Integrated Development Environment)

Post by Andrew Gabri » Wed, 28 May 1997 04:00:00




Quote:>Hi!

>I'm doing a research about Java, C, and C++ IDE (Integrated
>Development Environment) running either under Unix or MS Windows.  So
>besides the well known commercial or shareware products like:

>MS Visual C++       (C/C++ IDE under MS Windows)
>Borland C++ (C/C++ IDE under MS Windows)
>Java Workshop       (Java IDE under MS Windows or Unix)
>winIDEA             (C/C++ IDE under MS Windows)
>Kawa                (Java IDE under MS Windows)
>Java Grider (Java IDE under MS Windows)

>Is there any others I can find?  Particularly, I'm just _dying_ to
>locate some IDE running under Unix.  They are pretty rare, aren't
>they?

Sun's proworks is probably the main one. It's available for 30
day free trial if you want to evaluate it.

OTOH, Unix programmers don't get as e*d by IDE as do MS Windows
programmers. It is not difficult to put together an IDE from Unix
freeware using things like gcc, CVS, Emacs, xdb, etc.

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