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Favourite Linux IDE?
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lucinos 10 Feb, 2017
I use Geany and it is really good.

One question. Is there a way to highlight the code for python3 syntax instead of python2?
djzk 17 Feb, 2017
Atom for anything
Liam Dawe 17 Feb, 2017
Had to switch from Atom, messed up my files with old versions in some cache too many times. Too annoying, switched to Kate.
Samsai 17 Feb, 2017
Geany is my pick if I had to pick just one IDE for everything. However, if I am forced to use Java I will pick Eclipse.
beniwtv 17 Feb, 2017
I'm using Visual Studio Code both at home and at work. *ducks*.
But seriously, it's MIT licensed and actually pretty good.
jens 17 Feb, 2017
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Visual Studio Code here too, in my case for web development, MS is doing actually pretty good things lately!
JetBrains Rider is my choice for C#.
uriil 21 Feb, 2017
I use Visual Studio Code
nattydread 7 Mar, 2017
I use code::blocks, QtCreator and eclipse (but always an older version as they are more stable). Code::blocks is not really suitable for really large projects as the indexing grinds to a halt.
mas886 16 Mar, 2017
NetBeans for me, my favourite by the code I use to write (PHP and Java), but when using C I loved QT creator.
anastiel 10 Aug, 2017
i use geany
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