What IDE are you using?

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I love using MS Visual Studio.
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ruthc wrote:I love using MS Visual Studio.
MS Visual Studio Standard Edition ?
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I use Notepad++ and Paint.NET for drawing.
My game now has now sound, so no need for audio editor now.
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I use Codelobster
This free IDE works best for me
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Since this topic is still more-or-less active, I thought about bringing this recent on-topic article:

IDEs are a language smell

Controversy may start now.
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kikito wrote:Since this topic is still more-or-less active, I thought about bringing this recent on-topic article:

IDEs are a language smell

Controversy may start now.
If that's not the start of a ideology war, I'm not sure what is.

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kikito wrote:Since this topic is still more-or-less active, I thought about bringing this recent on-topic article:

IDEs are a language smell

Controversy may start now.
I'm not sure if you saw the comments on HN, but they are also very interesting.
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kikito wrote:Since this topic is still more-or-less active, I thought about bringing this recent on-topic article:

IDEs are a language smell

Controversy may start now.
I don't use IDEs (unless you count unix as IDE) for any of my projects, but I cannot agree with that statement at all. Code navigation, code completion, project management, build management, interactive debugging, etc. are very valuable tools to have. It does not (really) matter if they are integrated in one big piece of software or separated into several smaller programs (vim/emacs/$EDITOR, shell, *make/autotools, gdb+valgrind), it only matters you can use them effectively.

IDEs are not a language smell. However, being dependent on an IDE is.

Have you ever tried building a medium-large Java Project without the help of Eclipse or IntelliJ? Yeah...
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Re: What IDE are you using?

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kikito wrote:Since this topic is still more-or-less active, I thought about bringing this recent on-topic article:

IDEs are a language smell

Controversy may start now.
It's probably worth noting that the "Scala IDE" eclipse plugin is considered the best Scala IDE. In fact, the designer of Scala, Martin Odersky, contributes to it. I believe he once said that it is his preferred environment for programming in Scala. I tried it a couple of years ago; it seemed to work pretty well.
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