Development tools for Tor
peihanru at gmail.com
Sat Apr 14 12:19:58 UTC 2007
On 2007-04-14 01:26 CST, Chris Palmer wrote:
> Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 is a pretty good C/C++ IDE, if you're going
> to work on Windows. The reason you're getting "Gee, I dunno, vim or
> emacs" answers from Roger and Nick (and me) is because Unix itself *is*
> an IDE. Just pack as many non-overlapping xterms as you can onto your
> screen, and use vim/emacs, man, grep, sed, make, gcc, gdb... Vim and
> emacs have IDE-like thingies built in (you can run gdb, the GNU
> debugger, in an emacs window), but I never much bothered with that kind
> of thing.
On Windows, there's Cygwin which simulates a Unix environment, you can
do almost anything on it like you are on Unix.
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