So /g/, which one it is?
>>74770658Depends on the project and employer.
>>74770658i dont care
notepad on windows is the best editorchange my fucking mine anonfaggots
Notepad++ & csc is all you need.
>>74770700>>74770720>>74770808not an IDE
>>74770658VS because Rider's Xamarin and Blazor supports are garbage.
>>74773135you haven't used rider for a while then.
>>74773154I have myriad of bugs with blazor webassembly and rider.
> russoshit vs> product from company that made .NET
>>74770658if you're in Windows it's a no-brainer: Visual Studio by FAR. It's one of the best IDEs on the market. But if you're on macOS both are more or less the same, VS for mac was just monodevelop under another name until very recently. The latest version made a lot of steps in the right direction but it's still not remotely as good as VS for windows
Cleanest and leanest
I started configuring geany recently, it's ugly as fuck. I have to do fucking everything. Setup the linters and formatters, install the language tags, specify the build jobs for each project and the file browser is shit unless you install the tree plugin. I'm thinking of using another thing but then it would all have been a waste of time. I only hope it can really be a multlanguage ide.
>>74770808>have to manually tab every line2/10 bait.
>>74774548Have you tried Kate?
>>74770700>>74770720>>74770808>>74771005>>74774081>>74774548>>74774104>>74774726Why are people recommending text editors? OP is talking about an IDE. Those are different things.Go with Rider I would say. With VS you're bound to winblows and even tho it might has more features I would still recommend JetBrains software, simply to support them. Microsoft can't grow a monopoly on .NET and stuff like that.
>>74774726I use xfce, don't know how would that work
>>74774757because vs code can do anything an IDE does but it's modular and sleek
>>74774081>leanest>Chromiumchoose one and only one.
>>74770658>any piece of closed-source software>soulpick one.Although, yes, I agree. Jet Brains software is VERY comfy, and they are kind of supportive of open source software.
>>74775454 meant for >>74770754guess i'm retarded
>>74774865sadly vscode can't do everything.yet...
>>74770658GNU emacs>>74770700based>>74771013>>74774757emacs is an IDE
>employer uses Visual studio>Uni taught in visual studioLike it enough, wouldn't be overly bothered if I had to use something else in a different job. Simple as.
>>74775676Not in you wildest dreams.
>>74770658VS hands down
>>74770834Absolutely fucking based and LazaPilled.Also how do you link in DLL written in C / C++ into your Lazarus projects ?
>>74775702Don't post actual professional advice here, no one is interested. Using the right tool for the job is unheard of.
>>74775772it is though,no dreams needed.
>>74776952yeah,crazy how people still deny emacs being and IDE.
>>74777235Please dont try to impersonate me,its rudeAt least say FIFY or something.
>>74774081>web browser >microsoft telemetry tucked into every corner >always phoning home >have to disable a million options and settings to even make it somewhat usable
>>74777235 (part 2)
>>74777296oh shit thats fucking sweet actually, thanks /bro/
>>74777267>>74777287>Brave>EmacsWiki>YouTube>BAT enabled>Brave>Battery nearly empty>Bluetooth enabled>Brave>System not up to date>Visiting 4chan via HTTP and not HTTPS>Emacs>Brave>"Imported From Firefox"kys
>>74777321its such a bad setupits almost impressive
>>74777321i know its not ideal (also my system isnt up to date cause my internet is garbage,thats just how it is when youre in a rural area)
>>74777467Maybe it's shit because you're using WiFi, dumbass
>>74777540its garbage my default,its f*cking satellite for gods sake.
No love for Atom? Love Vim and Notepad++. Thought VS Code was bloatware crap.
>>74777595Atom is pure garbage. Use VSCodium
>>74777595Atom is more than bloatware, it's shitware. Use VS Codium or Doom Emacs (or vim if you're autistic and/or a perma-virgin)
>>74770658Rider. VS is shit
visual studio is the most comfy IDE of all time
>>74779565weird way to spell Rider
>>74770720the only good thing about vim is the keybinds(and being an actual terminal editor, so it's great for editing config files over ssh and shit)for anything other than that though, you're better off using something like Emacs + Evil-Mode or IntelliJ + IdeaVim, to get the vim key bindings in a more robust piece of software
>>74774081VSCode is just "what if emacs but js instead of lisp"i.e. worse in every way
>>74777595>VScode bloatware>Atom somehow nodthey're both webapps running in a google chrome fork
>>74781524the only thing i can really give VScode is its ease of use,but with all that bloat and the main version (not VScodium) being proprietary botnet,you might aswell just use a normal IDE.