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So... I just add another opinion but I don't think you can chose it as a vim user, so

emacs + gdb http://www.cs.bu.edu/teaching/tool/emacs/programming/

first of all that will be lightest IDE (I even can call it operating system) and most customizationable (please correct this word)customizable so you can do everything with minimum resources usage except some lisp configuration brainwork resources.

Personally when I have a serious project I'm using Visual Studio. But when I need to work on linux I run emacs. (also I don't like qt at all)

Also (mostly because I like last.fm plugin and clojure support there) I found an nice IDE for linux (still tryeng to switch to emacs from it ==' for some reasons) IDEA, not I recommend to use it for C++ but maybe it's not bad too so you can add it to your list.

So... I just add another opinion but I don't think you can chose it as a vim user, so

emacs + gdb http://www.cs.bu.edu/teaching/tool/emacs/programming/

first of all that will be lightest IDE (I even can call it operating system) and most customizationable (please correct this word) so you can do everything with minimum resources usage except some lisp configuration brainwork resources.

Personally when I have a serious project I'm using Visual Studio. But when I need to work on linux I run emacs. (also I don't like qt at all)

Also (mostly because I like last.fm plugin and clojure support there) I found an nice IDE for linux (still tryeng to switch to emacs from it ==' for some reasons) IDEA, not I recommend to use it for C++ but maybe it's not bad too so you can add it to your list.

So... I just add another opinion but I don't think you can chose it as a vim user, so

emacs + gdb http://www.cs.bu.edu/teaching/tool/emacs/programming/

first of all that will be lightest IDE (I even can call it operating system) and most customizable so you can do everything with minimum resources usage except some lisp configuration brainwork resources.

Personally when I have a serious project I'm using Visual Studio. But when I need to work on linux I run emacs. (also I don't like qt at all)

Also (mostly because I like last.fm plugin and clojure support there) I found an nice IDE for linux (still tryeng to switch to emacs from it ==' for some reasons) IDEA, not I recommend to use it for C++ but maybe it's not bad too so you can add it to your list.

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So... I just add another opinion but I don't think you can chose it as a vim user, so

emacs + gdb http://www.cs.bu.edu/teaching/tool/emacs/programming/

first of all that will be lightest IDE (I even can call it operating system) and most customizationable (please correct this word) so you can do everything with minimum resources usage except some lisp configuration brainwork resources.

Personally when I have a serious project I'm using Visual Studio. But when I need to work on linux I run emacs. (also I don't like qt at all)

Also (mostly because I like last.fm plugin and clojure support there) I found an nice IDE for linux (still tryeng to switch to emacs from it ==' for some reasons) IDEA, not I recommend to use it for C++ but maybe it's not bad too so you can add it to your list.