Re: Linux and CodeWarrior C/C++ IDE ?
From: d2003xx (d2003xx_at_hotmail.com)
Date: 9 Sep 2003 06:30:24 -0700
John <josKILLSPAM@eircom.net> wrote in message news:<0tb7b.30995$pK2.firstname.lastname@example.org>...
> d2003xx wrote:
> > "CÚdric Pillonel" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:<1062577328.734017@ftpgate>...
> >>I'm looking for a good C/C++ IDE on GNU/Linux. I need to develop my
> >>application on RedHat Linux 7.x, 8.0 and 9.0 and I would like to use the
> >>same IDE.
> >>I known CodeWarrior (http://www.metrowerks.com) because I've already used it
> >>on Mac OS and Windows. I find it very good.
> >>Does CodeWarrior 6.0 for Linux work on all RedHat distributions (7.x, 8.0
> >>and 9.0) ?
> >>Does it use the GNU tools (gcc, gdb, make) ?
> >>I can't find any demo version. Does someone know where I could find one ?
> >>Is there any problems using CodeWarrior ?
> >>The current version (6.0) is old (3 years old). Does it mean that this
> >>product will not be supported anymore ? I find it a little strange that
> >>since 3 years there is no updates...
> >>Does someone know other good professional C/C++ IDE which runs on all RedHat
> >>distributions ?
> > If you don't mind to pay $$, here is an excellent commercial IDE:
> > http://www.codeforge.com/
> > Its editor is decent (unlike most of other IDEs), and the project
> > management is very good, and it supports several version control
> > systems (not only CVS/RCS), and many programming languages, etc.
> Codeforge is good alright. It worked fine for me under Mandrake 9.0.
> But be warned, under Mandrake 9.1, I could not get it to run because
> the licence server for it won't work. I get 'Can't connect
> to the License Server' messages whenever I start codeforge.
> I've been in contact with Codeforge for several weeks on this issue,
> I've tried all their suggestions, but still no luck.
> Under Mandrake 9.1, the 'domainname' command returns '(none)', but
> under Mandrake 9.0 it returns 'localdomain'. This seems to prevent
> the license server from working properly.
> If anybody has a fix for this issue, I'd love to hear it.
Ehhh... Why not just set your domainname to 'localdomain'???