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Magic C++ v2.0


The Visual Remote Unix/Linux C/C++ IDE under Windows


Windows NT/2000/XPPlatform :
USD $49Price :
5.44 MBFile Size :
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Popularity: 3/10Popularity :
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5/29/2004Date Added :
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Magic C++ was fully tested by TopShareware Labs. It does not contain any kind of malware, adware and viruses.
Bring the best of two worlds together!
No more clumsy vi or command line needed
Develop C/C++ applications on UNIX and LINUX servers with the familiarity and ease of use of Windows!!
Write your codes in Windows with our tool and remotely communicate to the Unix/Linux server in real time, supporting CVS and lots of other handy features.
The most user-friendly Unix/Linux IDE ever!
Working with UNIX and LINUX servers has never been easier...

Magic C++ is a fully integrated development environment(IDE) designed to meet the requirements of programmers developing on remote Linux/Unix servers using Windows client. By integrating support for FTP, TELNET and our custom Remote Development Protocol(RDP) based on client/server architecture, Magic C++ presents a seamless interface to opening and editing files, and working with compilers and debuggers. While a conventional development involves juggling a PC editor, file transfer utility and terminal window, Magic C++ gives programmers advantages that are immediately apparent. Through an integrated approach to editing, deploying existing remote server-based compilers and debuggers(i.e. gdb or dbx) to compile and debug on Windows PC client, Magic C++ makes it easy to develop software regardless of whether the file is locally on your PC or located on a remote server running any flavor of the Linux/Unix operating system. This allows programmers developing on Linux/Unix platforms to benefit from the many familiar time-saving features provided by Windows while enjoy the stability and performance of Unix based servers.

Key Features:
Familiar development environment
Advanced code editor
CodeAware(Navigate/Type info/Parameter tips/Auto complete/Auto list)
Remote text search and replace
Remote compile and debug
Projects manager
CVS support
Visual File Compare
Much more and more...

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    Magic isn't worth the money
    Pros: it runs on windows and I guess that is a plus somewhat. Cons: I found that the interface took to much time to setup and interface with the Linux and that the Auto-complete left alot to be desired. Anjuta being a free program was more intuitive. For function prototypes I didn't see any.
    Author: Killa K on Tuesday, November 14, 2006
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