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    Default Looking for C++.Net IDE in Linux

    Hi,

    as read in the topic, I'm looking for an IDE for programming c++.net. Normaly I'm programming in Visual studio 2005, which is not running within wine etc.
    My question: is there an IDE for c++.net(like in vs2005). It should make the makefiles on its own and should have an Class-Manager/Overview.

    Thx for each hint.

    regards

    Victor
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    OS: OpenSuse 11 / Windows XP
    PC: Dell Inspirion 9400 Notebook
    GPU: Nvidia Geforce Go 7800
    CPU: Intel Centrino Duo 2* 1833 MHz

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    Default Re: Looking for C++.Net IDE in Linux

    I guess you likely know that mono runs most .NET stuff under Linux

    there is Monodevelop

    Main Page - MonoDevelop

    I haven't had a chance to play with it, but it has some decent features to it. it is GTK based ( Gnome )


    From what I can tell KDevelop doesn't have mono support which is too bad, because I really like KDevelop as an environment

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    Default Re: Looking for C++.Net IDE in Linux

    Hmmm, I'am using KDE so what should I do?
    System:
    OS: OpenSuse 11 / Windows XP
    PC: Dell Inspirion 9400 Notebook
    GPU: Nvidia Geforce Go 7800
    CPU: Intel Centrino Duo 2* 1833 MHz

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    Default Re: Looking for C++.Net IDE in Linux

    Works with KDE just install it with yast

    /Geoff

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    Default Re: Looking for C++.Net IDE in Linux

    It would be great though if KDevelop could do that stuff too.

    But I understand the choice to not integrate .NET stuff too.

    it is more work and it isn't totally open source software if it uses .NET framework

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    Default Re: Looking for C++.Net IDE in Linux

    Works with KDE just install it with yast
    But when I install it, there are many packages namet with Gnome or so. I think it tryes to install the Gnome desktop or so.

    regarts
    Victor
    System:
    OS: OpenSuse 11 / Windows XP
    PC: Dell Inspirion 9400 Notebook
    GPU: Nvidia Geforce Go 7800
    CPU: Intel Centrino Duo 2* 1833 MHz

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    Kevin Nathan NNTP User

    Default Re: Looking for C++.Net IDE in Linux

    On Thu, 26 Jun 2008 09:16:04 GMT
    Victor Van Doom <Victor_Van_Doom@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

    >
    >> Works with KDE just install it with yast

    >
    >But when I install it, there are many packages namet with Gnome or so.
    >I think it tryes to install the Gnome desktop or so.
    >


    It's probably just the libraries and programs that it needs to run. In
    Linux, many programs use existing libraries/programs to avoid
    re-inventing the wheel. And it wouldn't hurt to install the GNOME
    desktop, either, but that is overkill. Just let it install what it
    needs and see how it goes . . . :-)


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    Default Re: Looking for C++.Net IDE in Linux

    The dependency settings for monodevelop seem a bit weird to me. It does not only install nearly the complete gnome-desktop, but also nautilus, f-spot, gnome-screensaver, etc....

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    Kevin Nathan NNTP User

    Default Re: Looking for C++.Net IDE in Linux

    On Wed, 02 Jul 2008 09:16:04 GMT
    KelloggsFrosties <KelloggsFrosties@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

    >
    >The dependency settings for monodevelop seem a bit weird to me. It does
    >not only install nearly the complete gnome-desktop, but also nautilus,
    >f-spot, gnome-screensaver, etc....
    >


    Yes, I've noticed things like that before, too. In the problem
    resolution screen, you can try ignoring the more obviously wrong
    dependencies and see how it goes.

    Or, you could investigate a non-Gtk-based system:

    http://www.gotmono.com/docs/ide/eclipse.html


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    Default Re: Looking for C++.Net IDE in Linux

    You might want to take a look at the MonoDevelop project before installing the version in the SuSE repository.

    I haven't checked very recently, but as recently as a couple months ago the current version had a broken integrated debugger since December.

    Whatever can be downloaded directly from MonoDevelop likely is preferable.

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