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What editor do you use to develop MaNGOS (linux) ?


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i used for database editing my own editor and its can edit C++ files (from filemanager )

http://getmangos.eu/community/showthread.php?10308-dbscript-4.0.99-db-editor-web-db&highlight=dbscript

i don't understand how can people using vim

Geany is minimum...but it can't open some files , and i use notepad.exe from wine ^)))

my filemanager can open any unopened by geany or notepad file (but if it too large loaded by only 100kb of , this can be changed if in search field post 200000 = 200kb e.t.c)

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  • 38 years later...

Cheers!!

I was wondering about what editor do you use to develop MaNGOS, cause I use Geany and vim but I really think there is a better way to maintain the project. I didn't code too much in linux so I am more used to M$VC where you open the .vcproj or the .sln to load the entire project.

Btw, MaNGOS is an excellent project, so congratulations to everyone involved!

Thanks in advance!

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Originally Posted by TheLuda

Anjuta is pretty good, if you are running Gnome. KDevelop if you are running KDE. Or - if desktop environments do not matter for you, try Eclipse with the CDT plugin. Eclipse aslo has an excellent Git plugin.

Going and dying in a hole is pretty good, if you are running Gnome.

KDevelop for KDE, I definitely agree there for basically all medium to large c++ projects.

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