How is it for using C++?
asked by Nicholas N. on December 26, 2012
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It is not meant for programming in C++. You can dual boot with chrUbuntu, if you are interested.
Arun R. answered on December 27, 2012
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i had a problem trying to get a full scree and also trying to get a favorites on it. i did not like itand to me a c rating would be too high.
James E. Yarbrough answered on December 26, 2012
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You'll need to get into NativeClient if you want to develop in C++ for Chrome OS (or anywhere Chrome browser works)
For a taste of what's possible look here:
https://developers.google.com/native-client/community/application-gallery
These run inside the Chrome browser, you may need to enable "Native Client" in chrome://flags also.
Gerald Y. answered on December 29, 2012
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I regularly play an NaCl port of Nethack on my CR-48: http://goo.gl/7jOV7

I also use the infrequently mentioned chrome terminal to ssh over to my freeshell.org account whenever I feel the urge for a full dose of *nix shell.

A search at the Chrome Web Store for "Native Client", "NaCl" and/or "C++" might produce some items of interest...
Jim Eikner answered on December 31, 2012
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