for Prof. Eric Berkowitz's Classes
Command Line Arguments in C/C++ for those using the Crimson editor
Tutorials on using Netbeans 5.5.1 for Java and Java Web Development including Quck-Start and FAQ
Tutorials on using NetBeans for C/C++ Development
Tutorials for NetBeans 6.0
The following PC program
development environments can be downloaded in order to complete the
assignments from my classes:
For Java, Java Web Development and C/C++ Development using NetBeans:
It is currently possible to use NetBeans 6.x
For C/C++ Development:
C/C++ Development requires a POSIX environment and, on a Windows PC, requires installation of the Cygwin POSIX/GNU emulation system.
A minimal Cygwin programming
environment can be installed following the instructions at: http://expsy.ugent.be/~michael/tscope/doc/download/node1.html
Ignore the discussion of "Tscope" itself. You only need to
install the cygwin4Tscope
package from this site.
After install the Cygwin for Tscope (cygwin4tscope) minimal environment you will have the Crimson editor installed and, if you wish to use only this minimalist environment, it is possible to do all of your C/C++ programming from the command line and the crimson editor. The important keystrokes in Crimson are ctrl-F9 to compile a program and F10 to run one.
Macintosh OS X:
Download and install the latest version of the Xcode IDE from http://developer.apple.com. You may have to sign up for a free account to do so.
Download and install NetBeans.
Your C/C++ options are (Xcode is required for any of these options as it includes the actual compiler):
Anyone using Linux or a version of BSD should know how to install software for their BSD/Linux distribution and should install a programming environment for Java and C/C++ as appropriate.