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Old 31st March 2009
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Default C++ IDE for OpenBSD?

I was wondering if anyone knew a good C++ IDE for OpenBSD. It should use standard ANSI/ISO standard C++ and it needs to work on OpenBSD 4.4. I don't use a 64bit version of OpenBSD, so 64bit support isn't required, but it would be good.

I heard Dev-C++ now works with Linux, so I went onto their site but I couldn't find a BSD download. I couldn't find a BSD download for Code::Blocks either. Has anyone tried these with the OpenBSD Linux kernel emulation?

I don't care if I have to compile it, or if it's just a binary download. If it uses Vi syntax all the better, but that isn't really a requirement.

So, does anyone know any good ones?
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