What's a great IDE to use on Linux? Some suggestions, not necessarily in order of importance: KDevelop: You haven't used a Linux IDE until you've tried out KDevelop. I haven't seen a more complete and usable IDE on any platform.
Sometimes, it amazes me how elegant Python is. A class system that is almost as powerful as CLOS, yet easy to use and comprehend. It is truly one of the most powerful programming systems in the world, if you show
PISI Python Coding Standards Written by Eray Özkural 2005-2006, 2017 These suggestions are generally applicable to Python applications, although they were written during the evaluation of development plans for PISI, which is a neat fast package manager written in Python.
Parallel all-pairs similarity search algorithms in OCaml Sources Git repository ---> https://github.com/examachine/parallpairs The repository contains the 1.0 sources, a release will be made soon. Citation If you use this code, please cite the following paper. It is currently under review
Head over to PISI@github for the sources of the development branch of PISI package manager. The current revision is 1.1_beta12. Here is the local subversion working copy repository the sources were forked from: $ svn info . Path: . Working Copy Root Path: