I need a simple, easy to use C++ IDE for Fedora 11. Any suggestions?

              I want to program in Fedora 11, but it only comes with Anjuta IDE, and it is really stupid and hard to use, in my opinion.  I want something simple, like the Python IDE or Dev-C++ IDE, that lets me write, compile, and run C++ code, without having to deal with all of the templates, projects, and crap.  I would like to use Dev-C++, but it is not available for Fedora.  I want to be able to write code for interfacing with the serial ports and parallel port, primarily.  Suggestions on what to use for this would be appreciated.  Thanks!

Ro]x[as8 years ago
Personally, when I need to code in Linux, I like <a href="http://www.eclipse.org">Eclipse</a>. It uses projects and stuff, but it's pretty simple to use. If you don't have a lot of coding to do, you could just use a standalone editor like gedit or jedit and do your compiling in a terminal.
Good answer.
thoraxe6 years ago
This is a very old topic, but I use Code::Blocks on Fedora 15. It allows me to build, run, and excecute just by hitting F9.