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Post 3+ Months Ago

Anyone have any good suggestions for an IDE in linux? All I'm really looking for is a project explorer, and a code explore.

I've been using Gedit for quite a while. It works nicely but having all my files within the editor would be nice, right now I have to go to a folder to open them up.

I mainly write my web code in PHP, but I'm starting to learn Java and Python.
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bluefish
quanta
nvu
anjuta
eclipse

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i usually use bluefish for web related files and anjuta for programming, but eclipse is quite expansive in it's abilities
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I love Kate when I'm on *nix systems. She's fantastic.
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For lightweight stuff, I recently switched from Bluefish to Geany.

Other than that, Eclipse is arguably the best IDE on any platform.
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Eclipse is fantastic, but if one is only looking for something with file management and/or simple project management, there are plenty of other, much more lightweight editors out there.
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i was thinking of eclipse more for the java side of things.
not sure if it can do python? ..i know of java & c/c++ specifically..
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Eclipse can do pretty much anything with the right plugin ;)
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Indeed, the PHP plugin works really well. Never got around to trying JSEclipse (now owned by Adobe).

In honesty though, it's a little heavyweight for most of my work, I prefer something lighter, as mentioned by others above.
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I use Geany for almost everything script related. I think what you may be looking for though is the "File Browser Pane" plugin for Gedit. Depending on your distro, you should be able to just go to Edit > Preferences > Plugins and enable it there, then enable it under View > Side Pane.
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Ya, that basically does it. I've learned to live with out the code explorer. It helps me organize my code not having it.

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