Re: Anjuta : is it an ok begginner's IDE?

Beowulf wrote:
Looking for a beginner's IDE, Anjuta seems to work on my system (KDevelop
did not); if Anjuta ok for starting out in C/C++ programming as far as an
IDE goes?

I used it briefly, a few years ago, and it seemed ok. Not sure how well
it would work for a beginner, or whether there have been improvements,
but my gut feeling is that it should be *very good* for either a
beginner or a more experienced programmer.



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