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Re: Applications for FC4



I think the new kdevelop is better than anjuta.  With kdevelop you can
import existing projects.

I agree with the package manager comments. 


On Sun, 2004-11-14 at 22:13 -0500, Temlakos wrote:
> On Mon, 2004-11-15 at 10:40 +0800, joelbryan wrote:
> > This where just mere application request, an open discussion of
> > suggested software hoping to be release for FC4.
> 
> Definitely Anjuta. I use it myself.
> 
> And put in postgresql-devel and libpqxx--a full set of libraries and
> includes for creating client apps for PostgreSQL in C/C++.
> 
> For that matter, why not include wxGTK and its KDE equivalent? That's
> GPL, AFAIK.
> 
> And while you're at it: the OpenOffice SDK.
> 
> And--oh, yes: the Apache XML-FO processor. (And make sure that the XSL
> processor installs as part of Linux--I think it does, though. It's never
> turned up missing--but I always install DocBook stuff, just in case.)
> 
> And finally: apt and Synaptic. Yes, I know you include yum, and yum
> saved my bacon lately. But--you can't have too many package managers. A
> good desktop administrator should include them all: apt, yum, and
> up2date.
> 
> What I've just named are the apps that I always go out and bag every
> time I install Fedora Core on a new machine. Well, not all of them--I
> haven't named the ones that distribute under their own licenses that are
> incompatible with the GPL. These include:
> 
> acroread
> Java (at least the JRE if not the SDK)
> mplayer
> 
> Temlakos
> 
> 
-- 
Kim Lux (Mr.)  Diesel Research Inc


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