CSCI 1200 Data Structures
Fall 2011
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C++ Development Environments


You probably already have Cygwin on your laptop as part of the RCS default installation. What is it? It's a UNIX environment for the Windows Operating System. You can do all of your work for this class using Cygwin, g++, and a text editor such as Emacs (in other words, you don't need to use Visual Studio). Read more about Cygwin here:

Emacs on Windows

For those of you interested in running the Emacs text editor on your Windows OS, you can download the binaries and access documentation here: Other text editors you may want to consider include:
  • VI
  • Vim
  • Textmate (commercial, OSX only)
  • E-texteditor (commercial, windows only)
  • Gedit
  • Programmer's Notepad (windows only)
  • notepad++ (windows only)

C++ IDEs (Integrated Development Environments)

Here are a few C++ development environments (similar to Visual Studio) that can be used with the gcc compilers: