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Re: [DotGNU]dotGNU vs .NET A complete solution?

From: Gopal.V
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]dotGNU vs .NET A complete solution?
Date: Tue, 19 Mar 2002 13:34:56 +0530
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If memory serves me right, Brandon Bremen wrote:
> It made me think about what the Free Software community is doing to 
> compete with the VS IDE.  

        There is a *free* software IDE that is almost a perfect clone 
of VS. It's called KDevelop and is GPL'd. It is quite a match for
MS IDE and can be configured extensively to manage more than the
usual C/C++. 
        It also has support for a GUI designer and a Language Strings
generator. (qtdesigner & kbabelfish).

> Does anyone know of an alternative to Visual  Studio in the GNU world? 
        really I need the check the GNU software section before replying ;)

> We really need a seamless development  environment that has even half 
> the features and ease of use of Microsoft's reasonably good product. 

        check and tell me if it's good (it is !).

> If there is no such animal (or > gnu ;), I am interested in organizing 
> such a product. Does the name 'GNUcode' sound catchy?

        The name is catchy enough and we really need a MAC guy to make it
*user friendly*. I can help if the stuff is in GTK/GNOME . 

I think developing Anjuta for C# will be the ideal path. (yeah , I'm lazy).

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