Obj-C editors for Windows?

Discussion in 'Mac Programming' started by jeremy.king, Oct 1, 2004.

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    jeremy.king

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    Anyone know of a good editor for writing Obj-C code in windows? Or add-ons for textpad, editplus, etc...? Color coding is a must and integration with Cygwin gcc compiler is even better.
     
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    jeremy.king

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    Ive got color coding to work in TextPad. Simply had to add .m and .mm to the C file extensions. Trying to write a macro that will compile and run my source files now.
     
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    So far the best I can do is configure the run command like this and then run the .exe from command prompt. I can live with that.
     

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    Why use a compromise when you can have something that works well?
     
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    Its a bit more than I need. I am just looking to use my laptop while I learn Obj-C and then I will be using XCode on my mac to write GUIed apps.

    I may still try out that program, it seems decent. No worries ;)
     

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