Fwd: What is the best C IDE on Linux?

Brian Powell bpowell at outbounder.com
Fri Apr 20 11:05:22 EDT 2001


EMACS need only be "started up" once; on one machine and
then remote logins and software updates on your many other
machines is a breeze--once you develop a few macros of 
course--hence the name "Editor MACroS".

EMACS is the best IDE on Linux on any platform and for any
language.



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