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 Post subject: Recomended IDE - C++, Java, C#
PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2008 8:52 pm 
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Does anyone know of an "all in one" IDE that supports Java, C++, and C#?

I've used Borland JBuilder and Borland Developer Studio 2006, but I'd like to put everything together into one environment. I've also touched on Visual Studio a bit, but I haven't gotten familiar with its interface to really be able to use it as readily - and it doesn't seem to have any support for Java.


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Eclipse supports all of those and many more, it's really a great Java IDE although personally I never got into it, but if it had been my first IDE I probably would have no problems using it. The only thing I don't like about it that isn't related to being used to other IDEs is that it's written in Java, and thus slow on older machines.
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C++ and C# I'd use Visual Studio -- you can't really beat the primary C# ide.

Java -- eclipse or netbeans, both will also do C++.

That, or I'd just go use a plain old text editor like TextPad.


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I second the Eclipse if Java is important. It has a good user base so questions cn be answered fairly quickly.

I think Visual Studio is the best IDE, but you can easily pick it up later (for C#) after learning the terminologies of programming, testing and debugging.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2008 7:30 pm 
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I'm most familiar with Borland products - JBuilder and C# Builder, but it's rather annoying having to run 2 or 3 different IDEs when you're working on several different projects. I've used Borland Developer Studio and I liked having C++ and C# available in one package; I'm just wondering if I can expand that to the 3 languages I use most.


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vi / gvim for the win!
I actually did a lot of my classic ASP editing in gvim :)


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