shaqywacky wrote:When I'm on windows I definitely use Visual Studio. It's the best IDE for C++ or ASM programming I've ever used. I've used eclipse for other things and I didn't mind it but VS still feels better to me. I'm not even sure if eclipse lets you see registers, but I assume it does.
I was forced to use DevC++ for a class and coming back to VS was like breath of fresh air. DevC++ is a complete load of ass, I recommend staying as far away from it as possible.
LoGiCaL__ wrote:Lighweight here also. On linux I just use the nano text editor because it's pretty easy to navigate and has syntax highlighting.
ghost107 wrote:For c++ I use Code::Blocks since it uses mingw the inline ASM is limited to AT&T sintax. For java and haskell I use Eclipse. Plus this IDE are cross Platfrm not like Visual C++ or other .Net languages that are limited to one platform or requires a library like Mono to use them on other platforms.
Crunchbite wrote:I've been really taken with Sublime2 text editor lately for coding.
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