[CentOS] gcc?

Mon May 3 14:48:39 UTC 2010
Les Mikesell <lesmikesell at gmail.com>

On 5/3/2010 8:38 AM, m.roth at 5-cent.us wrote:
>>>>> Are you trying to ask for a recommendation for a programmers editor?
>>>> Thank you for your reply. Actually, I do not just need an C code editor
>>>> but I am seeking if a complete software package like c++/visual c on
>>>> Windows does exist for CentOS that enables for editing, debugging,
>>>> running, online
>>>> help for all of the commands, etc. Can you please let me know if such a
>>>> complete package if available?
>>> What you are looking for is called an IDE (Integrated Development
>>> Environment). I believe that such a thing exists for the UNIX/Linux
>>> world, but I have had no experience with such tools under UNIX (few
>>> UNIX programmers bother with something like that).
>> That's probably not true any more, especially for languages like java that
>> like to put each class in its own file.  In fact, if there is any chance
>> that you'llever program in java, I would just start with eclipse since it
>> will also handle
>> C and some other languages nicely.  "yum install eclipse-platform".
> Assuming your system can handle the what, 1G+ IDE, and do so with
> reasonable speed....

Yes, you'd probably want at least a pentium-3 and a reasonable amount of 
RAM - and with any GUI tool, a decent video card, although with freenx 
or remote X, that part can be elsewhere.

   Les Mikesell
     lesmikesell at gmail.com