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    Default Programming in openSUSE 11.3?

    Hello, I was wondering about a package that can be used to write and compile/run programs in different programming languages. I was also wondering how possible it is to program in Visual Basic 2010 in openSUSE if at all. Thanks to anyone who can help,

    --Shea68

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    Default Re: Programming in openSUSE 11.3?

    Hi,

    there probably won't be a single package for different languages.

    What language are you interested in? When you installed Opensuse, did you install all the developper tools?

    You could start programming (in java) with Netbeans or Eclipse.
    They can easily be downloaded from the web.

    i doubt that you'll find a Visual basic for Linux, though - have a look at mono, or gambas (for a basic clone).

    HTH

    Lenwolf

    EDIT : typos

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    Default Απ: Re: Programming in openSUSE 11.3?

    If you want to run programmes in a programming language Gcc is for C++. Because I run and write programmes in this programming language and also I love it.
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    Default Re: Απ: Re: Programming in openSUSE 11.3?

    Programming languages I would want to be able to compile and run are C++, Java, and of course visual basic if at all possible. But I am dual booting Windows so it isn't like I can't use Visual Basic on that partition if I have to. I didn't install the developer tools I don't believe.

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    Default Re: Programming in openSUSE 11.3?

    Hi,

    OK, you can do C++ in Eclipse, for example.
    For java i''d recommend Netbans, but that's a personal preference.
    You will need to install the required packages (try to find gcc or gcc++ etc).

    HTH

    Lenwolf

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    Default Re: Programming in openSUSE 11.3?

    So should I just type in gcc and download in the YasT package search section? And then how can I get Eclipse and Netbans? Thanks for helping Lenwolf,

    --Shea Nemeth

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    Default Re: Programming in openSUSE 11.3?

    Quote Originally Posted by Shea68 View Post
    So should I just type in gcc and download in the YasT package search section? And then how can I get Eclipse and Netbans? Thanks for helping Lenwolf,

    --Shea Nemeth
    Hi,

    go to Yast -> software management ->install & delete software.

    Once this is up, you have a search box. There you can type in, for example, netbeans

    This will bring up a list of packages on the right. select the one(s) you need/want, and hit accept.

    The packages will be downloaded and installed, and you're good to go.

    HTH

    Lenwolf

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    Default Re: Programming in openSUSE 11.3?

    Is there a certain package that is the right one? Like there is Netbeans-IDE and NetBeans Platform Javadoc. Which one is the right one?

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    Default Απ: Re: Programming in openSUSE 11.3?

    Quote Originally Posted by lenwolf View Post
    Hi,

    OK, you can do C++ in Eclipse, for example.
    For java i''d recommend Netbans, but that's a personal preference.
    You will need to install the required packages (try to find gcc or gcc++ etc).

    HTH

    Lenwolf
    gcc++ is already installed to your computer. It is included to operating system.
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    Default Re: Programming in openSUSE 11.3?

    Hi,

    hyou'll note that when you select the simple netbeans one, most of the others will be automatically selected as well, as they are also necessary ...

    The only unselected one is the javadoc,and I'd select that, yoo.

    OK, gotta run...

    HTH

    Lenwolf

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