I use Visual Studio Code
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.
NetBeans for me, my favourite by the code I use to write (PHP and Java), but when using C I loved QT creator.
I evaluated a few things for use at VP, and we went with Code::Blocks. We used the PPA ppa:damien-moore/codeblocks-stable because the version Ubuntu usually ships is old and has bugs.
I've since started using it for personal projects, Atmel AVR etc too
i use geany
IntelliJ IDEA. There has never been better IDE for Java and I doubt there will be soon.
I love QtCreator for C++
mainly working with emacs (plus some extension scripts)... it's still the fastest and most versatile way to write and edit code for me; especially if you also work on the documentation, configuration, scripts, ... other IDEs are too focused on a single language and totally ignore that there's a lot more than some source-code files to create and maintain a program..
sometimes using Qt-creator (mainly when doing stuff for android)....
for simple single file "projects" vim or mousepad.
Eclipse all the way
IntelliJ Idea and Pycharm – at work and at home for Java, Kotlin, Rust and Python. Haven’t ever used a better IDE (though, it has limited features outside of JVM world, eg. no debugging for Rust).
Beside it I normally use two editors:
vim – for simple text editing, mostly changing some config files.
Kate – if I’m forced to do some changes to some bigger shell or js codebase.
And I used to use Code::Blocks back at the university for C and C++ projects – but never really did anything big in them, requiring more complex refactoring, so not sure if I’d recommend it now as a full-blown IDE. It’s simple, and works well for smaller things.
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