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Re: Debian Development environments.

On Wed, 11 Apr 2007, Luis Matos wrote:

> I think debian has some closed doors on developpers that come from
> windows.

You have complete freedom to apt-get install whatever package you need.

> Tasksel has no devel task.
> There are no development environments for example: C/gtk, C#/GTK,
> Java/Gtk, python/gtk pre-defined.
> Environments where developpers can simply install and start working.
> There is no standard IDE (ok, i know mono for gtk#, bluefish for web
> stuff, anjuta for C, Kdevelop for a bunch  - that is very good, ok...
> vim and emacs) that people can use in a Visual Studio Way.
> i don't mean all the debug and etc stuff... But the a beginner
> environment for people to start to use and learn about linux
> development.

I don't think "beginner" and "developer" belong in the same sentence.

> It's not a great dificulty to set this up, but having this prepared
> makes things easier for windows to linux developers.
> It is a good thing to put in lenny.

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