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Re: what's the best IDE for C programming in Debian?

Anton Liaukevich wrote:
> Finally, I heared of Code::Blocks IDE. It hasn't included in Debian
> (WHY???) but you can download .deb-package (for i386 & amd64
> architectures) from http://www.codeblocks.org/downloads/5.
> It is free & open-source (GPL 3.0). It has been developed using
> wxWidgets 2.8 (linux-ports uses Gtk+ as backend) therefore it is fully
> cross-platform (there are releases under Windows including variants for
> use with MinGW).
Just some offtopic about "why" and packaging. When I was only Debian
user, I successfully used Code::Blocks some time - it's convenient IDE
for many purposes. Then I've switched to vim - Code::Blocks became
unneeded to me.

Now I am a new maintainer. I remember I wanted Code::Blocks to be
packaged when I was using it. If are there not only one or two men that
using Code::Blocks nowadays, I will consider packaging it.

Eugene V. Lyubimkin aka JackYF

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