fullfeatured C++ ide?

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as the title says im looking for a good fullfeatured C++ ide to apt-get on my ubuntu system. even if its not an apt-able proggy itl work. any suggestions?
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Eclipse. Get the C / C++ package for it, its very full featured.
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i use anjuta.
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Eclipse
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I use KDevelop its pretty good and has most ide features

The important part was I was a total newb at linux c++ development and wanted something familiar to develop in as i was used to a winblows environment.

for me kdevelop worked

now If I can only get kdevelop onto my winbox I'd be a happy man :)
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i am newbe in linux world, i installed linux before 3 days to expand my knowledge , now i use g++ to compile cpp and c source files by terminal commands and i hate this way becouse i am programmer on delphi where forms and vcl tools .

Q: how can i work with forms on linux like Delphi or VC++ ? or any language works with linux froms .

thanks
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Borland built a version of delphi for linux called Kylix

Unfortunately it seems to have been discontinued. perhaps you can find a copy of that.

Other than that I don't think there is a similar program to Delphi which is a RAD tool and uses pre-compiled components.
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You may be able to install the program for windows through wine. What distro are you using?
Try executing the installer for the windows version of the program and see if it installs. If so, try running it and test how well it works.
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You may be able to install the program for windows through wine. What distro are you using?

Try executing the installer for the windows version of the program and see if it installs. If so, try running it and test how well it works.

Why would he do that? he wants to program for Linux not windows and is looking for a delphi like IDE with RAD components

I dont know of any myself
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ooo i see. i thought he was saying he wanted to still program for windows, but use linux.
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thanks alot to everyone response to me .
now i am thinking to return windows OS to complete what i started .
5 days of trying ,searching and testing the result > screaming in my wife's face and beating my daughter. :(

perhaps i will try again in the coming days

thanks alot again
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I made the transition to Linux just recently so I know your pain.

In the Linux world they don't think drag and drop. so neither must you.

If you have a single project to do DON'T EVEN TRY to convert to Linux, you will only cost yourself more time and frustration (and money).

If you are trying to convert a delphi program. Either get a copy of kylix, you may be lucky and it may work. or realise you have to build it up from scratch.

If the project must be done. find yourself a Linux programmer who can do it for you. watch and learn from what he does and then try your own small programs till your comfortable.

And Good Luck

Chris

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