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The following are available through apt-get, the preferred way to install applications on Debian:
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 * DebianPkg:eclipse - Extensible Tool Platform and Java IDE  * DebianPkg:eclipse - Extensible Tool Platform and IDE for Java and many other languages, including C++, Python, etc.
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 * DebianPkg:netbeans - IDE for Java Development and More
 * DebianPkg:projectcenter.app - IDE for GNUstep Development
 * DebianPkg:QtCreator - C++ / Qt
 * SunStudio
 * DebianPkg:netbeans - IDE for Java, PHP, C/C++ Development and More
 * DebianPkg:projectcenter.app - IDE for GNUstep Development using Objective-C
 * DebianPkg:QtCreator - C++ / Qt Window designer.

The following are available as downloads from their creators, and are possible to use on Debian:

 * Visual Studio Code (from Microsoft) - An editor and lightweight IDE for many programming languages.

 * IntelliJ IDEA, Web Storm, Ruby Mine, and their whole family of similar IDEs from Jetbrains, for almost every popular programming language can be installed on Debian using installers downloaded from Jetbrains at https://www.jetbrains.com/

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IDE:

The following are available through apt-get, the preferred way to install applications on Debian:

  • Anjuta - C++ programming

  • eclipse - Extensible Tool Platform and IDE for Java and many other languages, including C++, Python, etc.

  • gambas2 - based on a Basic interpreter with object extensions, like Visual Basic(tm) (but it is NOT a clone!)

  • KDevelop

  • MonoDevelop - C / C++ / C# / Boo / ASP.NET/ VB.NET / Java programming

  • netbeans - IDE for Java, PHP, C/C++ Development and More

  • projectcenter.app - IDE for GNUstep Development using Objective-C

  • QtCreator - C++ / Qt Window designer.

The following are available as downloads from their creators, and are possible to use on Debian:

  • Visual Studio Code (from Microsoft) - An editor and lightweight IDE for many programming languages.
  • IntelliJ IDEA, Web Storm, Ruby Mine, and their whole family of similar IDEs from Jetbrains, for almost every popular programming language can be installed on Debian using installers downloaded from Jetbrains at https://www.jetbrains.com/

Repository and Sources control:

Development Tools:

  • FakeRoot - Provides virtual root privileges for file manipulation within a fake root environment.

  • PentiumBuilder - Kludge to allow building for Pentium compatible architecture

  • Make - Automatically recompiles parts of a package that need recompilation

  • AutoConf - Tool to create a configure script from the configure.ac file

  • AutoMake - Automatically generates build information files

  • Distcc - tool to compile on many boxes at once

  • PCRE (Perl Compatible Regular Expressions) tester (GUI) (used to be a KDE one)