Setup for "basic" development
Sat Dec 26 23:41:00 GMT 2009
On Sat, Dec 26, 2009 at 01:46:07PM -0800, xtheunknown0 wrote:
>Hi, I've used various distros of Linux *just* long enough to know commands
>like ls, cat, gcc something -o something, and cd. I was trying to setup
>Cygwin but when I got to the window with stacks of checkboxes to tick or not
>tick I got bewildered. What do I tick so that I can compile simple C
>programs, use basic Unix commands, have Vim, ie. use a Linux shell to
>replace Command Prompt?
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To answer your question, the basic Cygwin install will provide you with
the bash shell. If you want 'vim', then check the 'vim' checkbox. If
you want a compiler use 'gcc'.
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