I just used Vim to create a simple Hello World program, so that I can check out gcc. It got itself into a funny mode that didn't allow me to do anything to the text, but it eventually sorted itself out.[email protected] wrote:There's always vi (or vim) ...
Vim does split window multiple file editingSimon H wrote:I too will be using Visual Studio via SMB as windows is my primary development enviroment but I like using geany for quick changes when my main PC is off or working remotely. I prefer Nano to vi as a command line editor which is just what the standard text editor that I am used to.
Command line editors are fine but if you have multiple files/classes in your project a multiple file gui is the most productive way to go in my opinion, I don't want to reignite the gui verses command line debate as that has been covered in another thread.
From what I can tell the codelite binary is not available for Wheezy, just Squeeze; Did you compile it yourself? However it looks like code::blocks is available for Wheezy, so I probably will give that a try.san wrote:I'm getting quite fond of codelite. Has similar bindings as visual studio and is feature wise comparable to code::blocks. You might give that a try.