What IDE/Editors do you use to code under OS X?

category: code [glöplog]
Should I go with Eclipse, Xcode or something else? I want to build crossplatform demos with the least amount of work to make them work on all platforms.
added on the 2007-07-19 10:31:40 by Preacher Preacher
ViM and never look back...
added on the 2007-07-19 10:34:06 by FooLman FooLman
definetly Eclipse! we're porting vsxu to mac and linux at the same time as working on the windows version right now and it works nicely, same project files on all systems... you need eclipse europa though.
added on the 2007-07-19 11:03:05 by jaw jaw
the least amount of work to make them work on all platforms.

Youtube :(
added on the 2007-07-19 12:06:51 by Shifter Shifter
hmm.. never occured to me to use eclipse on mac.. got to try it out..
added on the 2007-07-19 12:08:12 by psenough psenough

and never look back.
i use carbon emacs. eclipse would probably be nicer, but on a 512mb g4 mac mini it is unusable. i'm considering switching to a faster mac.. and switching to eclipse, and maybe switching from c++ to java.

making crossplatform demos is a lot easier when using gcc and the mingw win32 gcc cross compiler.
added on the 2007-07-20 09:07:51 by florent florent
I just use XCode. It's a far cry from Visual Studio, but it gets the job done.
added on the 2007-07-20 09:45:08 by NeARAZ NeARAZ
added on the 2007-07-20 09:50:12 by sang-soo sang-soo
i absolutely *hate* xcode. really, really hate it. i code in visual studio for my day job and can't face using xcode in my spare time - it is *such* a step backards from even an old version of vs. sometimes i think i'd rather use makefiles and a plain text editor(!)

i have a couple of projects written using xcode ( using sdl ) that are stalled because i just can't face fighting with it any more to get them finished. never thought of using eclipse... but it's got to be worth a try
added on the 2007-07-20 11:19:59 by evilpaul evilpaul
think different
i use windows