I'm only beginner in Linux. A few weeks ago i discovered Ubuntu to myself and decided to switch to Linux fully. now I'm looking up a replacement for programs i used on Windows. I was glad when i found GDL, because i needed IDL for my studying so i installed GDL from Ubuntu repositories. I can type gdl in command line and type some idl commands later. But I cannot understand how to run *.pro files with GDL. I tried "gdl < file.pro" command and it works, but GDL does not perceive END, ENDFOR, ect… commands in that case. So i don't know how to start working with GDL and looking up some IDE for it. So could you help me with
- find the way to run *.pro files in GDL
- advise me some IDE where i can work with GDL
P.S. Sorry for my bad English :)
1. Be aware that the Ubuntu GDL package is obsolete - it is based on the GDL version released in September 2009. Perhaps you could try using the Debian package instead which might be compatible:
2. Tu run a procedure from a file you can use the "gdl -e procedure_name" call sequence, that is if you have a file named hello.pro, that contains:
print, 'Hello world!'
you can run it by typing in your shell prompt:
$ gdl -e hello
Alternatively, you can run GDL, and simply type the procedure's name:
3. I don't know of any IDE that would support GDL out of the box, but both vim and emacs have support for IDL/GDL/PV-WAVE syntax highlighting.
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