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sam [Programming]
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sam [Editors]
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 Text editors, that is---particularly source code editors. Text editors, that is---particularly source code editors.
  
-Everything I've seen so far indicates that [[Eclipse|Eclipse]] is the be-all-end-all ​IDEat least for the languages with good support ​(Java, C/C++, Python), and nothing else even comes close, though it's far from perfect. It's a huge memory hog, and it feels pretty slow.+[[Eclipse|Eclipse]] is a FOSS IDE with support for just about everything (at least it has good support ​for Java, C/C++, Python), though it's far from perfect. It's a huge memory hog, and it feels pretty slow. But unlike Jetbrains, you can install any Eclipse plugin in a single installation (e.g. one workspace with Java, C++, and Python). 
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 +Jetbrains (IntelliJ platform): [[PyCharm]],​ [[CLion]], [[IDEA]]
  
 [[KDevelop]] has some great C++ features, with some limitations versus Eclipse. It certainly feels faster. [[KDevelop]] has some great C++ features, with some limitations versus Eclipse. It certainly feels faster.
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 [[Netbeans]],​ despite not being as nice right offhand as Eclipse, has its good points. [[Netbeans]],​ despite not being as nice right offhand as Eclipse, has its good points.
  
-IntelliJ: [[PyCharm]],​ [[IDEA]] 
  
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 Not primarily used as an editor, this program is a pretty nice, quick way to do search and replace across multiple files. Based on my first use of it, I like the interface better than that in, say, PSPad. Not primarily used as an editor, this program is a pretty nice, quick way to do search and replace across multiple files. Based on my first use of it, I like the interface better than that in, say, PSPad.
  
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