ubuntu scite Set up Java Python C/C++ FORTRAN Development Environment on SciTE

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Set up Java Python C/C++ FORTRAN Development Environment  on SciTE
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for Java and python, is already setup and work perfect on ubuntu, but
C and Fortran compilation does not work without setup
here is how I setup the scite

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setup the python indentation
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# Indentation for python
tabsize=4
indent.size=4
use.tabs=0
#indent.auto=1
indent.automatic=1
indent.opening=1
indent.closing=1
#tab.indents=4
#backspace.unindents=4

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single file C/C++ Compile and run
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ccopts=-pedantic -Os
cc=g++ $(ccopts) -c $(FileNameExt) -o $(FileName).o
ccc=gcc $(ccopts) -c $(FileNameExt) -o $(FileName).o

make.command=make
command.compile.*.c=$(ccc) -std=c99
command.build.*.c=$(make.command)
command.build.*.h=$(make.command)
command.go.*.c=./$(FileName)

# most important,  uncomment this line
# To make the Go command both compile (if needed) and execute, use this setting:
command.go.needs.*.c=gcc $(ccopts) -std=c99 $(FileNameExt) -o $(FileName)

—————————userProperties
file——————————————-
ccopts=
————————–CFLAGS———————————
# # set the ccopts for wxWidgets
# OpenGL  -lglut -lGL -lGLU -lX11  -lm
# `wx-config –cxxflags`  `wx-config –libs`
# OpenCL
## write a make for multiple fiels
ccopts=-pedantic -Os -lglut -lGL -lGLU -lX11  -lm `wx-config
–cxxflags`  `wx-config –libs`
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we need a make file for multiple files CC
a template of makefile is attached

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fortran
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# how to setup the compile options?
gfortran is just like gcc,
gfortran [-c|-S|-E] [-g] [-pg] [-Olevel] [-Wwarn...] [-pedantic]
[-Idir...] [-Ldir...] [-Dmacro[=defn]…] [-Umacro] [-foption...]

#add a var: fcopts=   in userProperties file, so It can be change
options quickly for

# how to add fortran cc options, add more lib module? such as Lapack blas lib
fcopts=-L/usr/local/lib -llapack -lblas

# change the compile command to compile and link the single file mode:
# fc90=gfortran -c -o $(FileName).o $(FileNameExt)
# change to directly compile and link fotran
#   fc90=gfortran  -o $(FileName) $(fcopts) $(FileNameExt)

# a ./ is need to add to run the program:
# command.go.*.f=./$(FileName)

for multiple file . use a makefile

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open *.py by scite
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——————————chinese input support——————
(1):在Internationalisation一段中,增加code.page=936和character.set=134两行,
其他的都注释掉。不然选择中文时出现乱码。这两项是中文的字符编码。

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set as default python editor
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grep gedit /usr/share/applications/defaults.list | sed s/gedit/scribes/g
It is possible to set any mime type and any program that has a *.desktop entry.
Find out your favorite program’s desktop entry by looking in this folder:
/usr/share/applications/

set as default python editor
text/x-python=gedit.desktop
text/x-csrc=gedit.desktop # C/C++ files

change to scite.desktop

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following words are copied from internet: with some of my commend

Anon 21:41, after some struggle, this is what ended up working for me:

$ sudo update-alternatives –install Scite gnome-text-editor /usr/bin/scite 1
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update-alternatives: error: alternative link is not absolute as it
should be: Scite
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$ sudo update-alternatives –config gnome-text-editor

# here, I noticed a symlink was gone – but most likely because I was
messing with the system previously
$ ls -la /usr/bin/gnome-text-editor
ls: cannot access /usr/bin/gnome-text-editor: No such file or directory

sudo ln -s /etc/alternatives/gnome-text-editor /usr/bin/gnome-text-editor

# test from command line (with existing test.txt file in the calling folder)

/usr/bin/gnome-text-editor test.txt

# all fine here, yet right-click and “open with Text Editor” in
Nautilus still fails

# edit:
$ nano ~/.local/share/applications/mimeapps.list

# and you can notice that for text/plain, gedit.desktop is first in
the list, and scite.desktop is last; simply make scite.desktop first:

# text/plain=scite.desktop;openoffice.org-writer.desktop;userapp-gedit-S5E6VU.desktop;wine-extension-txt.desktop;geany.desktop;gedit.desktop;

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for OpenGL test, you need to install the OpenGL (glut)
it is quite easy on Ubuntu just install openglut deb
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# Makefile
#Usage: copy and paste it as Makefile without any suffix in your project folder
########################################
#  this make file does not follow the dir and var standard of
#  The GNU Coding Standards
#  only for tiny project
########################################
#  By default, when make looks for the makefile, it tries the following names,
# in order: `GNUmakefile’, `makefile’ and `Makefile’.
#  ./configure can set the correct env var,
#
# example of schared lib compilation
#gcc -shared -Wl,-soname libname.so.verNo   -o library_name file_list library_list
#
# conditional set var:  a space need between ifeq and ()
# Please change source file suffix, .c .C or cpp or .f90 to fit your project
SUFFIX=.c
ifeq ($(SUFFIX), .c)
CC=gcc
endif
ifeq ($(SUFFIX), .C)
CC=g++
endif
ifeq ($(SUFFIX), .cpp)
CC=g++
endif
#$(findstring $(SUFFIX), .f90 .f .F .f95 .F90)
ifeq ($(findstring $(SUFFIX), .f90 .f .F .f95 .F90), find)
CC=gfortran
endif
#########################################
EXE=scube
#work dir is pwd
prefix=.
OBJDIR=.
#${prefix}/obj
#####################################
#
# # set the ccopts for wxWidgets
# OpenGL  -lglut -lGL -lGLU -lX11  -lm
# `wx-config –cxxflags`  `wx-config –libs`
# OpenCL
#
INCDIR=.
CFLAGS= -Wall -O1 -I$(INCDIR)
LIBDIR =/usr/lib
LIBS=-lglut -lGL -lGLU -lX11  -lm

##########################################
#Global substitution in a string is done by patsubst:  m4
#patsubst(string, regexp, opt replacement)
#
# header obj files list:  multiple separated by space
_DEPS =
DEPS = $(patsubst %,$(INCDIR)/%,$(_DEPS))

#  special macros $@ and $^,
# which are the left and right sides of the :
# $(patsubst  ) is built-in macro of m4
_OBJ=scube.o
OBJ = $(patsubst %,$(OBJDIR)/%,$(_OBJ))
#compiling    $<
$(OBJDIR)/%.o: %$(SUFFIX) $(DEPS)
$(CC) -c -o $@ $< $(CFLAGS)

#link
$(EXE): $(OBJ)
$(CC) -o $@ $^ $(CFLAGS) $(LIBS)

.PHONY: clean

clean:
rm -f $(OBJDIR)/*.o

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