vim + grep + ninja for C/C++ dev.
I tried different ide, but find myself more efficient with simple tools I control than with tools that tries to help me and take control.
I mostly use gnu emacs, although i don't do very much "coding" in it. Found it to be a good tool for taking notes. I eventually want to do more with it, but i'm a dummy so it takes a while to learn even the basic stuff.
Interesting to see so many replies here! :-D. I like "still-dreaming-1"'s post a lot though, that's one way to look at IDE's!
I can't possibly try every IDE mentioned here, but I'm glad to see that there are so many options. Personally I'm still using geany though.
Thanks for all the responses though! :-D. Nice to see I'm not the only Linux'er who uses it for development purposes.
Feel free to list any other IDE's you may use :-).
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