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Netbeans is a great free IDE, one I recommend to all beginners.
For C/C++ coding, it has one important drawback though: -Wall is not selected by default, which is something absolutely required for beginners.
For this reason, I have created my own template (-wall, run at external terminal, valgrind configuration etc) which is available here
In the following page you can find how to create and use one of your own:
Basically you point the IDE to an existing NetBeans project and tell it to use that as a template. You use a module project as a wrapper: This will allow you to turn the template project into an NBM file (“NetBeans Module”) that can be installed into the IDE like a plugin. After installing the custom plugin, the template project will appear in the “New Project” wizard. This is how you do it:
- Take a NetBeans project that you want to be the template project, and open it in the IDE. Let’s call it FooApp.
- Create an empty NetBeans Module project. Name it something recognizable (such as FooAppTemplate or whatever).
- In the Projects window, right-click the empty module project. Create a new file by choosing New > Other > Module Development > Project Template from the context menu.
- Use the Template Wizard to configure the template. Point it to the template project FooApp and choose a category (Java SE, Java EE, Java ME, Ruby, etc).
- Here comes the important part – you save the template as an NBM file. Right-click the module project in the Projects window, and select Create NBM. Look into the Output window to see where the file was saved (for instance FooAppTemplate/build/myorg-fooapptemplate.nbm).
- To install the template into the IDE, go to Tools > Plugins > Downloaded. Click Add Plugin, browse to your NBM file and install it. If you give the NBM file to other developers, that’s how they install the template.
- (Alternatively, right-click the module project in the Project window and select “Install in Development IDE”. This is another way to install it for somebody who has the module project still open.)