[tor-dev] IDE for Tor?

Jesse V kernelcorn at riseup.net
Tue Dec 15 22:29:36 UTC 2015


IDEs do exist in Linux and some people like them, but you'll find that
most people use a text editor and the command-line. The terminal is
almost exclusively Bash, but the choice of text editor is a very
personal choice and is the frequent source of debate and contention
amount Linux enthusiasts. The debate is about 35 years old with no clear
winner, so I doubt that it can be resolved here and few people like a

That said, I have enjoyed Sublime Text, but lately I've switched to
Kate, which is FOSS and works just as well, and I prefer it over vim and
Emacs. Of course, real programmers use a magnetized needle and a steady
hand, but to each their own. :)

On 12/10/2015 02:48 PM, Nick Mathewson wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 10, 2015 at 1:10 PM, Lain Iwakura <lainiwakura at riseup.net> wrote:
>> Hello guys;
>> Sorry such silly questions novice.
>> But what IDE you use, and why? In Linux, of course.
>> ... For C and python.
>> I see Eclipse (Mars), but it seems more to own java.
>> Codeblocks, perhaps?
>> Excuse me still could not find me in the documentation.
> I use emacs and a terminal. :)
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