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I am working with Linux systems.

I am looking for a IDE where I can write up and compile FORTRAN codes.

However, currently I am also coding in bash, Octave, Python and R --- for these I already have separated IDE's. In the near future I might get started with C and C++.

So, if it exists, I would like to use an IDE that can handle in-one these many programming languages, or just most of them. This IDE should be freeware.

Which IDE's have this capability to host multiple languages?

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EMACS or XEMACS, and numerous other versions can act as an editor and IDE for multiple languages by using the packages that are available.

A recommended package repository is MELPA, but there are others, there you will find 3,543 Packages including ones for:

  • FORTRAN
  • bash
  • C/C++/C#
  • Octave
  • Python
  • R
  • Just about everything.

EMACS is free, open source and available for most platforms.

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Emacs with lsp-mode (https://github.com/emacs-lsp/lsp-mode) and flycheck (https://www.flycheck.org) will be a good choice to target multiple languages simultaneously. According to lsp-mode supported languages table: fortran, c++, python, R and Julia are already supported

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