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Post 23.05.2016   # 1
Subject CodeFu 2016 Finals Dev Environment

Same as the last years, this year's codefu finals will be held onsite at Skopje City Hall.

Everyone will be working on the machines that will be available there, and the development software will be preinstalled on them.

The rules for choosing the preinstalled software are: 

- Environments for developing in the four available programming languages: Java, C#, C++, Python
- Maximum 2 IDEs per programming language (because we have to install them, and it can be quite time and resources consuming)
- Free software, no registration needed.
- Works under Windows 7, 64bit architecture.
- Light to medium weight.
- Applies to more common compilers and libraries. 

The preinstalled software will be:

Java:
- JDK 1.8_92 
- Eclipse SDK, Mars 2

C#:
- .NET framework 4.5
- Xamarin Studio 5.10.1.6 (ex MonoDevelop)

C++:
- CodeBlocks 16.01 with MinGW

Python: (Only on demand)
- Python 3.4.3 runtime
- PyDev 5.0.0 plugin for Eclipse 

If you have other reasonable suggestions, please discuss them here. If you have individual requests, send them to judges@codefu.mk

Installing additional custom software and tools, or using printed / electronic materials onsite is strictly forbidden.

During the finals, the practice section will be completely disabled.

hsilomedus is offline Reply
Post 24.05.2016   # 2

If you could install PyCharm, that would be great.

Goran1 is offline Reply
Post 25.05.2016   # 3

I suggest installing IntelliJ for Java.

Dekacc is offline Reply
Post 25.05.2016   # 4

Pycharm +1

sonne is offline Reply
Post 25.05.2016   # 5

Pycharm +1

Also

 - sublime-text 2

 - python 2.7

 - Linux like shell (cygwin or git console)

would be great 

schkolski is offline Reply
Post 26.05.2016   # 6

Maybe I'ts a llitle offtopic, but what about bringing our own keyboards,but with no programmable macro buttons or similar just plain usb standard keyboard? A lot of people are used to different keyboards

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