[asterisk-dev] Beginner question - Opening project in kdevelop

Jason Parker jparker at digium.com
Mon Apr 30 08:09:30 MST 2007

----- "Thiago Paiva Flores" <tloginbh at yahoo.com.br> wrote:
> Thanks again Philipp. I dont know if the user list
> would be the best place since I'm trying to open
> asterisk inside kdevelop to change some of the
> sources.
> but anyway, if you think I could get my anwers there
> I'd be happy to singup in that list.
> By the way, since I'm really a beginner here, if you
> (or someone else) could tell me wich IDE are you using
> (if you are using) and how do you debug the program in
> a easy way. If there is some beginners guide for
> developers I'd be happy to read it so I dont need send
> to much easy questions here. I've read a lot of stuff
> in the asterisk.org page, but nothing like a HOW TO
> for me to open the project inside some IDE and start
> compiling/debuging.
> thanks again for teh attention,
> Thiago Paiva Flores

Most Linux developers don't use an "IDE".  We generally just use something like vi or emacs (or nano, for the really hardcore folks *cough*) in a console, and occasionally have another shell to do the building.

Editors like vim have had syntax highlighting for years.

Jason Parker

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