Cordula's Web wrote:
You can use the newer version of gedit. It supports a highlight mode
for several languages like C, html, java, etc... It basicly makes gedit
work like you are in an ide by coloring variables, making key words
bold, making commits italic and a different color and so on.
Can anyone tell the name of the package that contain
the C, something simillar to Borland C++ in windows...
You can compile C/C++ programs with the 'cc' command, which
is part of the FreeBSD base system:
% cc -o hello hello.c
Or did you mean something like an IDE for C, which uses 'cc'
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