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Open Source IDE GAMBAS Reaches 3.0 137

Posted by timothy
from the that's-ok-I've-reached-37.0 dept.
Kevin Fishburne writes "After years of work, creator Benoît Minisini and friends are just in time for New Year's celebrations with the first stable release of GAMBAS 3. Per their web site, 'Gambas is a free development environment based on a Basic interpreter with object extensions, a bit like Visual Basic (but it is NOT a clone !).' GAMBAS is component-based, so check out the list for an idea of what you can do with it."
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Open Source IDE GAMBAS Reaches 3.0

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  • by InterestingFella (2537066) on Saturday December 31, 2011 @12:59PM (#38548874)
    Like what? Visual Studio is by far the best IDE there is. It is almost outstandingly powerful and still lightweight with the newest versions. It's nice to work with. Apart from VisualAssist, which is great addon, there's not much there to improve over others. In fact, the assist features of VS is on par with others, VA just takes it step further. Anyone who would use Eclipse over VS just doesn't know what he is doing.

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