What IDE do you use to program in pascal

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beothorn
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I've looked through the forum but didn't find any mention to what IDE the developers use to edit the pascal code. Does anyone know or could suggest some good IDEs (preferably for ubuntu)?

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Try Codelite. It's very good and it's for Ubuntu (I'm not sure if it's for other platforms). I don't know if it does Pascal though

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kate + make from command line :P

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Thanks Smile

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beothorn allegedly wrote:

Thanks Smile

What did you end up using?

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Personally I use vim+gvim, but especially for pascal/fpc there is Lazarus, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lazarus_(software)
I never tried it though.

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