[mythtv] Which IDE gui for MythTV development?
kedlm at knology.net
Mon Mar 10 10:23:20 EST 2003
I use vim (text editor with multiple buffer support) or gvim (gui based
vim) to edit and gdb on the rare occasion I need to get a backtrace. I
usually debug with good ol printf or cout.
I love being able to tweak things this way and that. Open Source is
On Mon, 2003-03-10 at 05:41, Alex Wilbur wrote:
> I'm a bit of a linux newbie, but have managed to make some progress this
> weekend, having installed redhat 8, got my TV card working (Hercules
> SmartTV Stereo) with XawTV and have myth (CVS) compiled.
> I'm also a developer (coming from Symbian OS) and would like to have a
> play with the source.
> So my question is whether the developer folks here on this list are
> using a linux IDE to navigate around the source and if so, which one? I
> have KDevelop 2.1.3 installed which looks fairly functional.
> How about debugging? Is it GDB or are you using some debugging features
> of an IDE?
> I know these questions aren't directly related to MythTV, but they are
> related to mytv development so some basic pointers from anybody who can
> spare a few mins to write would be really nice! :)
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Michael Kedl <kedlm at knology.net>
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