Rafael Z. wrote:
I never said I knew one IDE based on Visual Studio.
What I really meant was: Why you, software companies, only think in
as your development plataform? Not only for IDE but for everything.
Because its a platform with consistency and its what pays my bills.
Well, since windows users are so crazy for windows as linux users are
for linux, he don’t accepted my arguments, saying that there will never
serious company that user FOSS, or Linux as a development enviroment.
Is that the point here? Software companies are like the ex PÃ£o de AÃ§ucar
CIO, who once said “Linux, not even with a gun in my head, I can’t trust
a OS that is mantained by a teenager”. Or software companies just
software for windows 'cause you really like windows?
No flames please, but since Linux is a better, stable and faster (and
It seems to me it’s the Linux zealots that’s constantly saying Linux is
better…Linux is faster…Linux is …
But Windows owns over 80% of the market.
It’s the Linux zealots that seem to have a chip on their shoulder.
Let it go…they can both co-exist.
I can’t understand why so much difficulty in use it as a
development plataform… since Linux, in my opinion, is a OS made by
That is the main reason I don’t use it anymore.
I don’t have the time or patients to try to figure how or why some
“crazed” developer decided to do what what they did.
In other words, because it’s an OS by hackers, there is no consistency
to the OS, to the programs you install, to how you install programs,
funky configuration files with little or no help on it’s purpose, etc…
Since Linux lovers tell Windows lovers to use cygwin when a program
doesn’t exist, I’m telling you to use VMWare and Windows…that should
solve your problem.