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Re: [MiNT] Software IDE

I'm afraid Atari is not powerful enough. Also, the best IDEs are commersial (sublimetext, visual studio). Of coure this is my opinion. Btw. I wonder who has time to develop for Atari on Atari? I do all my development on PC because I couldn't bare to wait minutes for something to build.

Mariusz Buras.

On 10 December 2013 11:37, <p.slegg@scubadivers.co.uk> wrote:

Jo-Even mentioned the lack of a modern IDE. The Atari had a head-start
with a RSC editor but it never developed beyond that.

Some editors could launch compilers and there were things like PurePascal
with their own shells but they were all fairly basic.

Netsurf has been very successful so maybe an IDE could be ported in a
similar way ? There are lots of open source IDE tools but are any suited
to porting to FreeMint ?

 Requires GTK (>= 2.16.0) libraries and their dependencies (Pango, GLib and ATK)

The alternative would be to extend QED but I expect that would require more