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    Question Is OpenSUSE really good to programming?

    Hello everybody!
    My name is Alberto and I'm from Argentina.
    I have my computer running OpenSUSE 11.4 with KDE desktop. I have a question... Is OpenSUSE with KDE desktop really good to programming?
    I mean to process of compiling (for the dependences...)

    I want programming on C, C++, Java and Python.

    I before used Ubuntu with Gnome desktop, but the dependences to install aren't equals between OpenSUSE and Ubuntu.

    I wait your answers

    P.D.: I don't speak English natively, if somebody know speak/write Spanish you can doing
    P.D2.: I want your answer if you speak English, I understand some things

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    Default Re: Is OpenSUSE really good to programming?

    Yo he levantado entornos de desarrollo tanto en Ubuntu, Fedora como en openSUSE y creo que la principal diferencia ha sido versiones de aplicaciones en repos (IDE, CASE, app servers), forma de configurar variables de entorno ($PATH, $JAVA_HOME) y rutas donde encontrar las instalaciones.

    Sigue siendo un tema de comodidad en la distro que te guste pues con todas puedes lograr el mismo entorno.
    HP pavilion dv6-6185la - Intel i7 - AMD Radeon 6770M - openSUSE 12.2 - KDE 4.9

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    Default Re: Is OpenSUSE really good to programming?

    Quote Originally Posted by faco84 View Post
    Yo he levantado entornos de desarrollo tanto en Ubuntu, Fedora como en openSUSE y creo que la principal diferencia ha sido versiones de aplicaciones en repos (IDE, CASE, app servers), forma de configurar variables de entorno ($PATH, $JAVA_HOME) y rutas donde encontrar las instalaciones.

    Sigue siendo un tema de comodidad en la distro que te guste pues con todas puedes lograr el mismo entorno.
    Gracias por tu respuesta faco84
    Aunque estuve pensando tener dos distros en el equipo (una partición con OpenSUSE y la otra con otra a la que me venga cómoda).
    OpenSUSE me gusta en KDE me gusta, se me hace bonito y amigable

    Gracias de nuevo por tu respuesta, espero que alguien más responda

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    Default Re: Is OpenSUSE really good to programming?

    Hi Alberto,

    I've never had any trouble programming in openSUSE, and I used all four of
    those languages to some extent. But I haven't had problems programming in
    any GNU/Linux distro that I've used.

    Everything you need should be in the repositories: GCC, GDB, JDK, etc.

    Just try it out, if there are problems you can always ask here and
    someone will be ready to help you.

    --
    Regards,
    Barry D. Nichols

    On Sun, 29 May 2011, albertoojeda wrote:

    >
    > Hello everybody!
    > My name is Alberto and I'm from Argentina.
    > I have my computer running OpenSUSE 11.4 with KDE desktop. I have a
    > question... Is OpenSUSE with KDE desktop really good to programming?
    > I mean to process of compiling (for the dependences...)
    >
    > I want programming on C, C++, Java and Python.
    >
    > I before used Ubuntu with Gnome desktop, but the dependences to install
    > aren't equals between OpenSUSE and Ubuntu.
    >
    > I wait your answers
    >
    > P.D.: I don't speak English natively, if somebody know speak/write
    > Spanish you can doing
    > P.D2.: I want your answer if you speak English, I understand some
    > things
    >
    >
    > --
    > albertoojeda
    > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > albertoojeda's Profile: http://forums.opensuse.org/member.php?userid=58395
    > View this thread: http://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php?t=460647
    >


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    Default Re: Is OpenSUSE really good to programming?

    Thanks Barry_Nichols
    I'll remember what you told me

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    Default Re: Is OpenSUSE really good to programming?

    On 05/29/2011 10:36 PM, albertoojeda wrote:

    > P.D.: I don't speak English natively, if somebody know speak/write
    > Spanish you can doing


    welcome! i am glad you got good help from faco84 in your lingo..

    you are always welcome here, and all languages are welcome here, but may
    be more comfortable for you in our associated Spanish language forum, here:

    http://www.forosuse.org/forosuse/

    book mark it, some of the folk here are also over there...

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    Dual booting with Sluggish Loser7 on Acer Aspire One D255

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    Default Re: Is OpenSUSE really good to programming?

    If you want to limit yourself to those languages, you should not have any problems -- I've programmed in C++ for about 13 years using openSUSE. Successfully.

    openSUSE is by far the best choice (it does NOT mean it is a good choice) because of ease of use, and rolling release capability. Meaning, you can easily focus on programming, not constantly re-install software and tweaking.

    One note -- on English-speaking forum assume speaking in English.

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    Sorry for reply later! but thanks to all you for reply me!

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    Default Re: Is OpenSUSE really good to programming?

    so does OpenSuse have any pre-packaged IDEs?

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    Default Re: Is OpenSUSE really good to programming?

    Quote Originally Posted by xenszx View Post
    so does OpenSuse have any pre-packaged IDEs?
    Of course:
    KDevelop, Eclipse, Qt-Creator, Emacs , NetBeans, Monodevelop, Eric, Codeblocks, Anjuta, ...

    Just have a look in YaST or at: software.opensuse.org: Search

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