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I want to start to program C in Linux, which I know you can.  Unfourtunetly, there is NO software I could find that acts like CodeWarrior ... etc. (Write, compile as well as other functions in one program).

Any suggestions?
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Try xwpe as your IDE. CForge is also pretty good. ddd is an excellent debuger. Alternatively, write your code in any suitable text editor(emacs, nedit(very nice)), etc), compile using your gcc compiler and debug with gdb. ddd is a GUI for gdb and a host of other debugers.
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Try xwpe as your IDE. CForge is also pretty good. ddd is an excellent debuger. Alternatively, write your code in any suitable text editor(emacs, nedit(very nice)), etc), compile using your gcc compiler and debug with gdb. ddd is a GUI for gdb and a host of other debugers.
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If you like CodeWarrior, why not try Code Crusader, which was inspired by CodeWarrior.

http://www.newplanetsoftware.com/jcc/
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