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Qt Creator has a code model which basically has the same information as the compiler. So it can do really nice syntax highlighting (e.g. of virtual methods or local variables) as well as provide great code completion.
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Termite is most suited to a tiling window manager with a simple config file.
Tools (such as sort, grep, sed, awk, compilers, build tools...( are either part of core system or installable with single command.
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Pacman is objectively one of the fastest package managers around. This is because it's very minimalistic and it installs only prebuilt packages.
TeamViewer provides rpm (RedHat, CentOS, Fedora, SUSE ) and deb (Debian, Mint, Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu) packages along with installation instructions for those distributions. An archive that contains only the files without an installer is available and can be run without installation as long as the dependencies are available.
As more and more servers are moving over to *nix based systems its great to not to have to use different tool sets.
There are many customization options and possibilities to tweak the desktop, including widgets.
Visual Studio makes it very easy to develop graphical applications (Xcode on OS X is also very good). Libraries and tools are included and standardized. If you want to build a cross-platform graphical application, all commonly available toolkits work on Windows (See here for the high-level widget toolkits).
You can use Emacs' command line interface or graphical user interface.
The goal of MATE is to maintain the look and feel of Gnome 2, while maintaining compatibility with Gnome 3. To that end, it has also forked and renamed many of Gnome's core applications. It benefits from the years of work and polish that have gone into Gnome project, and has already been adopted as one of the default environments for Linux Mint.
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Every aspect of GNOME 3 has been crafted to fit together as a harmonious whole, so that it offers a consistent and integrated experience.
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IQTell is much more than a to-do list, it’s a robust productivity tool.
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Nearly everything is animated, but it's not over the top.
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With most other options, you have to start the player, wait a few seconds, then click Play. gmusicbrowser spares you the wait and plays music automatically upon startup (if you were playing music when you closed it previously).
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Rolling release using Synaptic for RPM to keep updated. Very easy to use configuration tools for both the desktop and system configuration.
The vast majority of items in Terraria can be used to create other items, often requiring specific crafting stations (which themselves must be crafted). This is the core of character advancement, since gear defines nearly everything about your character.
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Backups of previous databases are kept by default. The user can configure how many backups to keep and where to keep them.
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Land, sea, and air. Choose your favorite play-style and use the appropriate tech tree. There are tanks, bots, walkers, planes, helicopters, boats, and submarines available to you.
The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth has all of the original games content as well as many new add ons such as the Wrath of the Lamb expansion as well as many extra characters.