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Developerability


MS/Windows provides many good environments for the development of software. However, GNU/Linux, and Unix before it, has a long tradition of providing powerful environments for software development. Sophisticated graphical interactive development environments (IDEs) were developed on Unix but took of on the Apple Macintosh and particularly on MS/Windows. However, the focus is beginning to again turn to GNU/Linux as the most flexible open source, free software, and commercial development environment.


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