I have a Raspberry PI on order. While I am waiting on it to arrive I have been learning Linux. I am brand new to Linux. I have setup Fedora 16 on an older PC.
I see from the Fedora 14 Remix announcement that the operating system will come with Python, Perl, Ruby and Bash. However, there was no mention of a GUI or front-end for these programming languages. For instances when I installed Fedora 16 on my PC I ended up with Geany as a programming GUI or IDE (not sure the correct term) pre-installed under the programming section.
So I have two questions:
1) Does any know if a GUI will come pre-installed that will be the editor for Python, Perl, Ruby and Bash...or will there be 4 GUI's one for each program... or none? (If something is going to be pre-installed then I would try and load it on my PC machine and start my learning process).
2) Reading through some other forum posts, I was under the impression that QT4 or QTCreator was going to be popular. If this assumption is correct why was it not part of the pre-installed programs?