Linked by Andrew Hudson on Tue 23rd Feb 2010 00:23 UTC
BeOS & Derivatives What's that you say? You made a New Year's resolution but haven't kept it? You vowed to sharpen your programming skills, write a cool application, AND use cutting edge operating system technology? Look no further, you have come to the right place. This article will get you started writing applications for Haiku, the open source version of the advanced BeOS operating system.
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by cipri on Tue 23rd Feb 2010 11:25 UTC
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since qt4 already works quite fine in haiku, I started to use the editor "s.t.e 0.1.1" from , and I alredy like it, even if it's in an early development-stage. It would be nice to have a better IDE than the ide's that were mentionated by the author of this article. Qt-Creator I don't like that much for writing c++ code, because it pays too much attention on qt-projects, but not so much on normal c++ projects.
CodeBlocks I like more, but since wxwidgets is not ported to haiku, there is not hope for codeblocks on haiku.

But still I can not complain, s.t.e and PE and jam are quite enought for me at the moment.

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