Codelite C++ IDE is a Cross Platform Unix/Linux (Mac OS, Ubuntu etc..) and Windows for C++ development

Codelite is a great choice and I intend on getting back into C++ development and I think Codelite is great being cross platform.

It looks like it was designed with a lot of thought and should do the job better.  I really dislike the bloated and confusing IDE's from big companies like Microsoft where you usually have to use .NET and other useless technologies that just give Microsoft the advantage over you, the programmer, and the users.

Codelite Cross Platform C++ IDE


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