Workspace in Linux Compiler

Is there a C compiler that run on Linux that support a workspace with
multiple projects in the workspace like Visual C++?

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  • : Is there a C compiler that run on Linux that support a workspace with
    : multiple projects in the workspace like Visual C++?
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    Might be, but I doubt it -- Linux programmers are still working in the dark ages.
  • : : Is there a C compiler that run on Linux that support a workspace with
    : : multiple projects in the workspace like Visual C++?
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    : Might be, but I doubt it -- Linux programmers are still working in the dark ages.
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    If you have 70 projetcs and all have dependensies how will one link these together, depending on which configuration is setup in a configuration file it will load the specifiec object or dll in the case of windows.

  • : : : Is there a C compiler that run on Linux that support a workspace with
    : : : multiple projects in the workspace like Visual C++?
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    : : Might be, but I doubt it -- Linux programmers are still working in the dark ages.
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    : If you have 70 projetcs and all have dependensies how will one link these together, depending on which configuration is setup in a configuration file it will load the specifiec object or dll in the case of windows.
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    I'm no *nix expert. but you need to manually create your own makefile, which can become quite complex. you can get some examples by downloading the libraries available at www.DataReel.com. I don't know if there are any online tutorials or not -- try google for them.


  • : : Is there a C compiler that run on Linux that support a workspace with
    : : multiple projects in the workspace like Visual C++?
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    :
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    : Might be, but I doubt it -- Linux programmers are still working in the dark ages.
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    Whoa hold on there buddy! I guess you haven't heard of KDevelop before? http://www.kdevelop.org

    Much like MSVC


    Also there is a CodeWarrior compiler/IDE for linux http://www.metrowerks.com/mw/default.htm


    [italic][blue]To understand recursive, first you need to understand recursive[/blue][/italic]

  • : : : Is there a C compiler that run on Linux that support a workspace with
    : : : multiple projects in the workspace like Visual C++?
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    : : Might be, but I doubt it -- Linux programmers are still working in the dark ages.
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    : Whoa hold on there buddy! I guess you haven't heard of KDevelop before? http://www.kdevelop.org
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    : Much like MSVC
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    : Also there is a CodeWarrior compiler/IDE for linux http://www.metrowerks.com/mw/default.htm
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    : [italic][blue]To understand recursive, first you need to understand recursive[/blue][/italic]
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    We had a look at KDevelop but it does not give you the option to create multiple projects in the one workspace, it does not have a work space.
  • : : : : Is there a C compiler that run on Linux that support a workspace with
    : : : : multiple projects in the workspace like Visual C++?
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    : : :
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    : : : Might be, but I doubt it -- Linux programmers are still working in the dark ages.
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    : : Whoa hold on there buddy! I guess you haven't heard of KDevelop before? http://www.kdevelop.org
    : :
    : : Much like MSVC
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    : :
    : : Also there is a CodeWarrior compiler/IDE for linux http://www.metrowerks.com/mw/default.htm
    : :
    : :
    : : [italic][blue]To understand recursive, first you need to understand recursive[/blue][/italic]
    : :
    : :
    : We had a look at KDevelop but it does not give you the option to create multiple projects in the one workspace, it does not have a work space.
    :

    There is no thing called a 'workspace' in linux I don't think. It would be called a 'package' there (contains code, documentation, tests). But if I remember right with KDevelop you can create sub-projects within projects, so it can be set up very similar.


    [italic][blue]To understand recursive, first you need to understand recursive[/blue][/italic]

  • : : : : : Is there a C compiler that run on Linux that support a workspace with
    : : : : : multiple projects in the workspace like Visual C++?
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    : : : : Might be, but I doubt it -- Linux programmers are still working in the dark ages.
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    : : : Whoa hold on there buddy! I guess you haven't heard of KDevelop before? http://www.kdevelop.org
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    : : : Much like MSVC
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    : : : Also there is a CodeWarrior compiler/IDE for linux http://www.metrowerks.com/mw/default.htm
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    : : :
    : : : [italic][blue]To understand recursive, first you need to understand recursive[/blue][/italic]
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    : : :
    : : We had a look at KDevelop but it does not give you the option to create multiple projects in the one workspace, it does not have a work space.
    : :
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    : There is no thing called a 'workspace' in linux I don't think. It would be called a 'package' there (contains code, documentation, tests). But if I remember right with KDevelop you can create sub-projects within projects, so it can be set up very similar.
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    :
    : [italic][blue]To understand recursive, first you need to understand recursive[/blue][/italic]
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    I had a look at the new KDevelop and they say that they include workspace in the new release since January this year, does any one know about this?
  • : : Is there a C compiler that run on Linux that support a workspace with
    : : multiple projects in the workspace like Visual C++?
    : :
    :
    :
    : Might be, but I doubt it -- Linux programmers are still working in the dark ages.
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    Well, the linux has come out of dark ages,
    You can use Kdevelop 3.2 or Ajunta IDE for developing C and C++ programs which support workspace .
    best of luck dear. GO for it.
    A winner is not the one who never fails , but the one who never quits.
    Sumit Shah.

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