Linux IDE

I code a lot on linux, I work mostly in Debian currently.
I often search for new tools, and I frequently try out new tools.

The last tool I’ve been spending a lot of time in is the IDE that I use.

The past days I’ve been working with debugging software on gNewSense ,
and that you do there is basically pull the source, and build the package, then fix errors.

There is many ways to set up projects on Linux, you can use make files, cmake, and a whole lot of other ways.
So – for a long while I worked in just text editors, and then used command line for compiling.

I’ve been torn between using emacs and vim, but now after I found this I have never looked back:
https://github.com/JBakamovic/yavide

It’s a full IDE based on vim, easy to install, great to use.
For working on packages source code it’s perfect.

yavide_in_action

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