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C++ under linux

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Hi all:
I just installed suse linux on my laptop and I would like to use a visual
C++ compiler (if available), which ones do you recomend?
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Sonoman wrote:
Hi all:
I just installed suse linux on my laptop and I would like to use a visual
C++ compiler (if available), which ones do you recomend?

You can use Kdevelop it comes with your distro of Linux.
it is and IDE, it uses gcc as its compiler but you can do everything from
one environment (code, compile, build, and make). much similar to
vsc++ and its free. you could always go to kevelop.org

cheers
Jul 19 '05 #2

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That is what I was looking for, thanks!
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Sonoman wrote:
Hi all:
I just installed suse linux on my laptop and I would like to use a visual C++ compiler (if available), which ones do you recomend?

You can use Kdevelop it comes with your distro of Linux.
it is and IDE, it uses gcc as its compiler but you can do everything from
one environment (code, compile, build, and make). much similar to
vsc++ and its free. you could always go to kevelop.org

cheers

Jul 19 '05 #3

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