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Discussion in 'Programming' started by vexus, Mar 17, 2016.
now i just got to get my sublime lookin' fine on gnu/linux
Standard Visual Studio on Windows for C#, Brackets for the rest
ew light theme what r u gay
@cold What sublime theme are you using? That is so sexy...
idk it was more than a year ago lmfao i use VS and emacs on LINUCKS for mostly anything
Technically not an IDE, but I have mine setup to behave as such:
FUCK you mother FUCKER
@kurozael is visual studio code that microsoft store light version of VS?
Yeah I use it for anything that isn't C# or C++.
Tho i prefer writing stuff in notepad++
Technically completly an IDE.
I got this from Google too.
ahaha i get it
That's not an IDE though.
edit: For the daft people that have no clue what an IDE is:
An integrated development environment (IDE) is a software suite that consolidates the basic tools developers need to write and test software. Typically, an IDE contains a code editor, a compiler or interpreter and a debugger that the developer accesses through a single graphical user interface (GUI). An IDE may be a standalone application, or it may be included as part of one or more existing and compatible applications.
I've started using brackets a little more than sublime, just cause of how lightweight it is. On another note, do you know if there are any gLua extensions for Visual Studio 2017?
#1 i hope you're only using brackets for web development
#2 why would you want that for VS
No I don't know of any.