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  • V!NCENT
    started a topic Netbeans in fscking retarted!

    Netbeans in fscking retarted!

    I'm pulling my own hair out right now out of extreme frustration.

    Here's the deal:
    I'm running Fedora 13
    gcc and g++ installed and all
    Netbeans with C/C++ plugin

    I wrote a simple little hello world app. Sometimes it compiles without error, while sometimes it errors out, without me even changing the code.

    I thought I might've done something wrong so I googled a C++ hello world app, which is _exactly_ the same as mine. I'm a little dyslexic, but I swear that there is no difference whatsoever.

    But who knows, I copy pasted it and it worked. After that it didn't compile anymore. Now I get a multiple breakpoints warning out of fscking nowehere.

    After hitting the compile button 7 times or so the build is succelful

    So I press the run button and I get:
    Code:
    /home/vincent/.netbeans/6.8/bin/nativeexecution/dorun.sh: line 33:  1187 Illegal instruction     (core dumped) sh "${SHFILE}"
    I don't even have a coddamned .sh file and I don't even have a goddamned line 33!

    What the fsck is this? Windows 95?!

    *RAGE!*

    If somebody could please help me with this pathetic excuse of an IDE that would be greatly appreciated

  • deanjo
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    Originally posted by V!NCENT View Post
    BTW I don't approve that Windows logo on that keyboard image
    There is a "patch" for that. http://www.getdigital.de/products/Ta...ker_Tux/lng/en

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  • yotambien
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    You may also find something like this useful to tweak the terminal behaviour, especially the arrow keys thingy.

    (to put in ~/.bashrc)

    Code:
    # ls aliases
    alias ll="ls -hl"
    alias la="ls -Ah"
    alias l="ls -CF"
    alias cls="clear;ls"
    #alias rm="rm -i" #safer, potentially annoying rm
    
    ###### use arrow keys to complete commands ala Octave ##
    bind '"\e[A": history-search-backward'
    bind '"\e[B": history-search-forward'
    
    HISTSIZE=2000
    export HISTCONTROL=erasedups    # no duplicate entries
    shopt -s histappend             # append to history, don't overwrite it
    
    # Save and reload the history after each command finishes
    export PROMPT_COMMAND="history -a; history -r; $PROMPT_COMMAND"

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  • curaga
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    Heh

    This is what you get with U.

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  • V!NCENT
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    BTW I don't approve that Windows logo on that keyboard image

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  • V!NCENT
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    Owkey... how come you never learn that stuff in howto's? =x

    Is that bash or terminal emulators at work?

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  • V!NCENT
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    Originally posted by RealNC View Post
    Even better than Dolphin's terminal support is Yakuake. The fastest way ever to get a terminal at the press of a button.
    I'm aware of that, but grinding through your own files is easyer in Dolphin. For exame type:
    Code:
    cd /home/vincent/.wine/drive_c/Program\ Files/Tomb\ Raider\ -\ Anniversary/
    And that's not the worst path you could imagine Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 has the longest, most horrible space ridden $path that you could ever imagine.

    Not to mention doing
    Code:
    ls -a
    all the time :')

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  • RealNC
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    Even better than Dolphin's terminal support is Yakuake. The fastest way ever to get a terminal at the press of a button.

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  • V!NCENT
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    I realy like the fact that you can simply smash the build button and then the run instead of going to the terminal. Dolphin makes this a little easyer (read: faster) for me as I have a terminal 'bar' under it (a godsend when you'r messing with Wine).

    Other than that, it depends on your workflow, so to speak. I like the 'everything in one window'-approach of the IDE, but I can also see why others prefer 'bare handed'-working

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