Programming Startup Help

Biju Chacko biju_chacko at
Wed Aug 6 11:03:55 CEST 2003

On Tue, 05 Aug 2003 20:24:08 -0500, edscott wilson garcia wrote:

> > Development environment (ex. Anjuta)
>  I've worked with ide's before, like Borland's, but all you need is a
>  good editor with syntax highlighting (I prefer gvim), an xterm, and
>  basic knowledge of gdb (see man gdb).

Naba (the Anjuta developer) is a friend of mine, but I have to admit
that I can't stand Anjuta (the app, not his girlfriend). Gvim and
project.vim does just fine for me. I use ddd as a gdb front end.

Since it is a while since anybody posted a screenie, here is what my
"IDE" looks like.


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Biju 'botsie' Chacko                        biju_chacko at vsnl dot net          Public Key available on request
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