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I am looking for editors that are designed to run on Windows(and Linux, would be nice) that can do all the fancy IDE stuff like syntax checking, debugging and program running etc over a remote link to a Linux dev site.

I've been playing with EPIC in Eclipse which is a nice enough IDE but you can only (so far as I found) edit remote files using RSE and debug remotely by jumping through hoops. I tried running eclipse from the dev site but remote X is painful. NX is ok but still a bit annoying for regular use.

It seems to me this must be a relatively common issue for people, has anyone found a good solution?

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