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Best Text Editor for Python , C++ , R etc.
« on: 11. February 2016, 20:28:37 »
If you have another option please comment.
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Re: Best Text Editor for Python , C++ , R etc.
« Reply #1 on: 11. February 2016, 20:38:52 »
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Re: Best Text Editor for Python , C++ , R etc.
« Reply #2 on: 11. February 2016, 20:59:39 »
where are : kate , eclipse, netbeans ?  :'(  i can't vote !
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Re: Best Text Editor for Python , C++ , R etc.
« Reply #3 on: 12. February 2016, 00:00:19 »
I think 'best' is a misnomer ... it depends on your existing environment and what your requirement and expertise is ... and that vi isnt installed in Manjaro as default threw me for a while :)
For me a GTK DE ... you are fine with Geany ... for Qt .. anything Scintilla

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Re: Best Text Editor for Python , C++ , R etc.
« Reply #4 on: 12. February 2016, 05:55:04 »
They all do basically the same thing, so I don't really think this poll is going to tell you which is best, just which people like the best.  For me, that would be vim. 

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Re: Best Text Editor for Python , C++ , R etc.
« Reply #5 on: 12. February 2016, 19:33:25 »
Thanks for answers
 This Thread dont intent to make war :) This thread maybe helpul for Manjaro users they want to start programming or newbie but want to know about text editors more on Manjaro. Sharing your experinces and opinions will very helpful.
Best regards...
« Last Edit: 12. February 2016, 19:36:42 by mgundogdu »
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Re: Best Text Editor for Python , C++ , R etc.
« Reply #6 on: 13. February 2016, 12:30:20 »
Advance warning: No Vi(m)-Emacs flame war please. Thread will be closed in short order.

lol Jonathon  C:-)
Maybe we need the first flamewar, just to show newcomers to Linux, what the stupid editor wars bring with them, and what happens when they get out of contriol  ;D

That said, to OP, there is no real answer.
Apples and oranges, are both fruit.  :o ;D

Let's throw everyone off course. I like the xfw editor, which is the built in editor for the XFE filemanager. It kind of works like nano, which I also use. But these are just for quick scripting, and editing/ viewing larger files. With Python, I like Jetbrains et al. they are just focused on purely Python, everything and the kitchen sink.

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