What are the best C++ development tools in Linux?

In honor of the release of Isolator++ for Linux, to enable easy unit testing in Linux (you haven’t tried it out yet? Download it now!), OMG Ubuntu! answered our question “What are the best tools for C++ in Ubuntu?”
They focused only on text editors and IDEs for Ubuntu. Their top tools were:

  • Eclipse
  • AnjutaAnjunta C++ IDE for Ubuntu on the 11.04 Unity Desktop
  • Code::Blocks
  • NetBeans
  • Text editors like Vim, emacs, Geany, and yes, Ubuntu’s default text editor: gedit (I’m a big fan myself)

But what about testing frameworks, mocking frameworks, refactoring tools, and other development tools?
Which are your favorite Linux C++ development tool?

One comment

  1. Dicroce August 31, 2011 at 12:02 pm

    Valgrind. GDB. Emacs. cppunit.

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