Development tools for Tor
arma at mit.edu
Fri Apr 13 17:09:26 UTC 2007
On Fri, Apr 13, 2007 at 01:03:12PM +0200, Karsten Loesing wrote:
> Which development tools can you recommend for working with the Tor code
> or rather with C in general? So far I have worked a lot with Java under
> Windows, where Eclipse is the obvious choice. How about C? I tried the C
> development tools (CDT) for Eclipse which look quite complete to me. But
> is there something better than that? If it's only available for Linux,
> no problem, VMs are for free.
I just use vim. I think Nick just uses emacs. I guess 'svn diff' is handy
too. So that may not be helpful if you're looking for a whole IDE. :)
I guess the answer is to play around, ask your friends what they use,
and see what you're most comfortable with.
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