Try out Visual Studio Code which is an open source IDE that supports all the languages you specified with the help of extensions. I have used it on Mac, Linux and Windows and it is a great IDE with full debugging and Git support.
There are ARM builds available here for Linux distros.
I like the SublimeAStyleFormatter plugin for Sublime Text. It works with C/C++/C#/Java source code files.
There are a couple methods you can use to install it (all of which are detailed in the readme) but I recommend the Package Control method as very easy.
There are quite a few options. You'd probably be most interested in:
and there ...
CudaText (free, open source) is lite and allows it, but with some steps from user.
user needs plugins: Config Toolbar, External Tools (all in Addon Manager)
user needs to add a "tool" to compile code; and second "tool" to run compiled app. Via Tools menu (from plugin).
and enter reg.ex. in "tool" properties (for both tools)
user needs to add 2 buttons via ...
I think that every Sublime user owes it to themselves to check out Atom (atom.io), but it looks like you'll need to get it working yourself: https://github.com/atom/atom/issues/7822.
Personally, I've always liked Geany (https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/xenial/arm64/geany). It's light weight, has syntax highlighting, and some nice features. I've always had good ...
You might want to look at Geany.
Both free and Free, builds available for Linux, Windows, and OS X, has plugins for all sorts of stuff, and has configurable-by-file-extension "build", "compile" and "run" buttons/menus.
Brackets has almost the same features as Adobe Dreamweaver. With the Live Preview feature of Brackets , each and every change ...
You could consider using PyDev which is an excellent Python IDE plugin for Eclipse.
Can do remote debugging with some manual steps
Free, Gratis & Open Source watch out LiCipse isn't free
Remote terminal, explorer, etc., via Target Management
WingIDE Professional Edition should meet your needs nicely (but not for Free after the 30 trial).
Remote development over ssh (via PuTTY or OpenSSH) https://www.wingware.com/doc/proj/remote-hosts
Also remote debugging via wingdbstub
If you prefer to store the master copy of your code on your local system, you can do this as well by setting up file sharing ...
Too long for a comment, perhaps not an answer, as it points towards refactoring, rather than a tool to help wrap long lines.
If this is for work, then they should tell you how; if it is for private code, then don't sweat it, just have long lines if you want to.
That being said, long lines are a code smell. Off the opt of my head, I can think of the ...
The solution is CudaText, it is now ported for Raspberry Pi 3. It is free, gratis (Open Source, licensed under Mozilla Public License 2.0). Many features are similar to features of ST3, e.g. command palette (F1 here). And CudaLint plugin exists.
Looks like the Atom.io text editor can be installed on Raspberry Pi as discussed on the Raspberry Pi Stack Exchange. Atom is a modern GUI text editor that includes line-collapsing and support for syntax coloring for various languages.
Pico, nano, and ...
My editor-of-choice for Linux, OSX, and Windows (yes, it works equally well on all three) is:
The four specific criteria are all supported by Textadept:
displaying 3 or 4 rows of code,
with code collapsing (to ease navigation through code),
In addition, it is blazingly fast, readily extensible, but has a ...
Code::Blocks should be available for your distribution in the standard repositories or here.
Excellent Cross Platform IDE
Works with multiple Compilers & Debuggers for C/C++/Fortran
Syntax Highlighting for lots of languages
Spell Check inside comments & strings
If not available for your distro then ...