What ide you use for freebasic?

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Sterling Christensen
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Postby Sterling Christensen » Apr 29, 2006 1:48

stylin wrote:Crimson Editor.

That's a Windows program. This thread is in the "Programming - Linux" section.

Looks like it runs on wine though: Crimson Editor on WINE info, screenshot
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Postby stylin » Apr 29, 2006 1:51

Yes, a friend of mine swears by WINE; he told me it would run Crimson - now I know for sure.
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Postby BastetFurry » May 02, 2006 14:00

SciTE, for FB and ACME (6510 cross assembler)

@DrV:
Why are you using emacs-OS? ;)
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Postby DrV » May 04, 2006 1:05

I use Emacs because it's nicer than vi and friends and it's available (nearly) everywhere. Plus it does everything you could ever want from an editor/IDE/web browser/OS/... er... :)
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Postby griffon » Jul 08, 2006 10:05

VIM in gterm. (and somehow i have BASIC colorization in VIM, dunno if it comes with it or what, but that what iv been using for years)

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