SDK for Developer
Exists any kind of SDK for programmers under Linux? I suggest greater than man web pages, it would certainly be extra like MSDN Library or Windows SDK under windows, where all documentation concerning shows and also programmer overview is recorded and also structured in one area.
A linked SDK indicates a solitary resource for all the core collections. That simply isn't the means open resource os function. Little bits and also items originate from throughout, and also they're all independently recorded.
EDIT : If paper's not a trouble for you, the closest point to what you're requesting for is Advanced Programming in the Unix Environment 2/e by Stevens and also Rago.
What I advised if you're additionally curious about creating cross - system applications is the Nokia Qt SDK which gives the Qt framework and also various other devices, which from my experience has among the most effective documents readily available, see http://doc.qt.nokia.com/ and also http://qt.nokia.com/developer
For recognizing what Qt is and also what you can do with it look into : http://qt.nokia.com/
MSDN just records Microsoft modern technologies, and also not various other collections or structures to make use of on Windows ; it does not include documentation from various other suppliers. Currently, linux distros make use of software program from far more organisations & firms, so the documentation additionally often tends to be extra dispersed and also much less attire. (And occasionally documentation isn't done quite possibly, however.)
Additionally, most linux distros featured a documentation internet browser that packages the documentation from numerous resources in one area.
Most of the integral parts of a linux distro do have wonderful documentation collections BTW, as an example :