Re: what's the best IDE for C programming in Debian?
I have been using Vim and Emacs for years but I've to admit that
Netbeans and Eclipse are really great, specialized IDEs for these kind
of tasks. I'd try some of them. For example, last two years I've been
developing in C++ for my company and Netbeans has all you need and more:
intelligentsense, subversion integration (amazing!!), great editor,
..... I don't know, simply wonderful. Moreover, both Netbeans and Eclipse
are free software. I hope it helps.
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