Re: Development IDE
I'm new to Linux and I'm wondering what IDE would you, the Gurus,
recommend for developing applications under Linux.
What I would like best would be something like Visual Basic or Borland
I suggest that you consider Python.
Price isn't matter so if someone would recommend Trolltec's QT it's price
doesn't bother me.
QT is a library, not an IDE. It is also included in most distributions.
Dancing Horse Hill
Elmwood, WI USA
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