snorri_dj at operamail.com
Sun Jul 25 07:22:37 UTC 2004
This might be a little off-topic, but then again it's a matter of finding
what's out there that I can run on FC2.
At the moment I'm doing some C programming of simulations for the
mathematics problems we're looking at.
So the projects aren't huge, and not aimed at multi-desktop/OS
compatibility. Currently they utilise
a collection of source/include files, and bring them together with a
single hand-written makefile. No use of
gtk or qt - they use either the EFL (enlightenment libraries) or Glut for
All I'm looking for is an IDE which can bring these together and allow me
to point it at the makefile I wish
to use for compilation purposes (saves me having 10 vim windows open at
I had a look at Kdevelop and Anjuta, but creation of any sort of project
seems to run off and automate a
procedure that sets up links, configure scripts, multiple makefiles - none
of which I need. If you do any
programming on FC, what do you use for small programs that aren't on the
scale of kde or gnome applications?
Or is there a way to force kdevelop or anjuta to do what I'm looking for?
email:snorri_dj at operamail.com
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