Viktor Valy <vili0121(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
> Thanks for the advice!Yes, we are new to linux too :)We have chosen
> Eclipse, because we have already experience with it.However, after
> downloading the code from CVS, we can't build it, because of some
> include commands in tutorial / complex.c says "No such file or
> directory". Does anybody know what the clue is?
Did you try this wiki page yet?
> On Tue, 2010-08-03 at 11:10 -0400, Robert Haas wrote:
>> Or vi.
Well, I guess letting newcomers know about tools of choice amongst
regular contributors is a good idea, but the best editor you can find
around is the one you master.
In all fairness until now I counted a lot of Emacs users, some (g)vim
ones, and I didn't keep track of users of Visual Studio, Eclipse, etc
but you can't pretend they're not there. My bet is that the winner in
term of user count would be Emacs.
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