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Is there a good IDE which comes with all the latest (ANSII) C++ libraries, and X-Windows Libraries

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I am looking for an RPM containing a nice GUI IDE for C++ development under linux.  RH5.2 comes with XWPE but frankly I stopped using that kind of crap about five years ago when VC++ ver 1.0 came out.  I am tired of having to search around for various libraries like Forms and such.  Isn't there and nice easy installation I can get.  I wouldn't mind paying anything up to about £200 for it.
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real programmers dont use GUIs

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and if they do, they write their own...


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It doesn't come with all the standard X Libraries, and the latest version of G++ libraries, etc.  This is my main point, I just want the whole thing all at once.  In an RPM, or equivalent
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