From: Stephen Shirley (diamond at domain skynet.csn.ul.ie)
Date: Sat 10 Apr 1999 - 21:31:32 IST
I don't know much about programming in Linux,
but there is a nice gui borland-like IDE
(integrated devloepment enviroment :-)
in Linux - it's called xwp (or somat like that)
Emmanuel Stone wrote:
> Hello I am interested in getting back into c programming but thi time i
> think it would be good to try it in Linux.
> I have most of the basics of C/C++ (C is much nicer IMO) and i have done
> all the usual things
> pong, an ai for x's and o's, and i have the main code for a 3d graphics
> engine written.
> I would like to try and bring the 3D engine code over to linux and fiddle
> around with it, but i am unsure of the way to go about this. It was written
> using Borland environments and libs so i would need to be able to use
> equivilant functions under linux. Also is there a nice friendly programming
> environment (no emacs is not 'friendly') for linux similar to borland's?
> with syntax highlighting and possibly a gui? (am i asking too much here).
> It's not a problem if there isn't but sometimes i think i am the only
> person that finds it easier to work in a GUI.
> Anyway i'm rambling now
> I never actually wrote a renderer for the 3D engine , is there something
> like this already done for linux, also what exactly is MESA?
> p.s. any news on the f2f in Limerick?
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