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    C++ IDE for Linux

    First of all we must be clear about what is an IDE? IDE stands for Integrated Development Environment, and is a collection of useful tools to the developer put in a whole not to have to be using the tools separately and by different authors. The most common components of an IDE are: a text editor, compiler, interpreter, debugger and then come the plugins that each IDE has as special feature. Some may have IDE support for multiple programming languages and others are specialized for a single language. The talk is that Anjuta IDE, this is an open project which aims to provide an IDE for C and C++, but also support other languages such as Perl. Anjuta is written for GTK+ and GNOME. Many of the most popular distributions of GNU / Linux and bring its collection to Anjunta and it is easy to install using their tools (apt-get, urmpi, emerge, etc.) However, from the project website you can download the tarball to install it ourselves.

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    Re: C++ IDE for Linux

    The first thing to do once you've downloaded is to extract the contents of the tarball:
    $ Tar-xvzf anjuta-1.2.4.tar.gz
    After this command from the command line, enter the directory where the content of the tarball:
    $ Cd./anjuta-1.2.4a
    Something I always recommend the installation of anything is to read the README.TXT, this is always important in everything we do. Well, continuing with the installation we have to type the following commands from the command line:
    $. / Configure
    $ Make
    $ Make install
    I am hoping that you would be have understood how it works. With these steps you have finished building Anjuta IDE regardless of whether or not packaged for your distribution.

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    Re: C++ IDE for Linux

    The first time you start Anjuta IDE will see a simple, well ordered and that if no software alternative, or owed may go through an IDE for the ads. By clicking on the new dialogue box will appear that will ask the type of file to create a. C,. Cpp,. Pl, etc. Something that caught my attention in this part is that we can check a box to which our new program will already discussed with the legend of the GPL, ASA from before writing the code, and our program is free.


    Anjuta has everything we expect from a tool that will help plan, as is a wizard that will guide us step by step in building our projects, or if we already have a project done and we want to import it, well, has Anjunta this option, and clear in talking about the features editor and then we will have very distinctive syntax highlighting, auto-indented and instructions and variables.

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    Re: C++ IDE for Linux

    Anjuta is so simple it really is not much to say, because everything does not put at our disposal, so we tried our famous program for rolling dice. As we already have the files, all you have to do is go to the File menu and click on Open, choose our two programs in C + + sample game.cpp and handle .Cpp, then go to Build menu and give the "Compile". Now run the program ... remember that it is necessary to send / pass an argument to our program. Anjuta gives us the ability to simply run the program or parameters. To do this go to Build menu and give params, Set program, click Run and ...




    This is basic Anjuta, but the program is filled with options and tools ... very good is let us work with CVS.

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