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Thread: Programming in openSUSE 11.3?

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    Default Re: Programming in openSUSE 11.3?

    gcc is NOT installed by default

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    Actually you CAN do VB.NET application development on openSUSE with the Mono project. Just go into YAST Software Management and search for Mono. Check mono-complete and monodevelop. Monodevelop 2.2 is a full-featured IDE that allows you to create .NET projects, such as ASP.NET with C# and VB.NET. I am not sure if it corresponds with VB.NET 2010 though.

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    Default Re: Programming in openSUSE 11.3?

    If you want to do the Netbeans development, I would recommend the 6.7.1 cobundle. I like this way better because you can choose where you want to install your Netbeans, like in your home directory. This also installs the required Java JDK, again choosing where you want to install it.

    https://cds.sun.com/is-bin/INTERSHOP...-CDS_Developer

    Once you have Netbeans installed, navigate to Tools --> Plugins and select C/C++.

    Once you get that installed, then you want to make sure you install gcc, gcc-c++,gcc-fortran (if you like), and make. Then when you fire up Netbeans again, go to Tools --> Options. You should see a C/C++ tab. Click on the tab and Netbeans should automatically pick up the necessary locations for gcc, gcc-c++ compilers.

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    Default Re: Programming in openSUSE 11.3?

    Hi,

    Quote Originally Posted by gogalthorp View Post
    gcc is NOT installed by default
    it all depends on your install : I always choose all develpment packages when installing, and then it definitely is already installed when I try to use it.


    But that, perhas, is not a default installl, then ?

    Lenwolf

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    On 02/20/2011 10:36 AM, lenwolf wrote:

    > But that, perhas, is not a default installl, then ?


    correct, a default install would be one where you make no changes to
    the set of applications installed...accepting exactly what the install
    routine is *default* programmed to install..

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