Re: IDE for C++: KDevelop vs Emacs vs Other
Date: Wed, 17 Mar 2004 11:50:09 +0100
> - debugger (are there IDEs that will let me see the contents of C++
> classes, for example, std::pair<int, float> during debugging?)
> - function definition collapsing
> - search and replace (I like Vi, but I don't mean :%s/x/y/g here)
> - cross-platform-ness - I want to use the same IDE on Windows, if I
> ever move there
> - cross-language-ness - I want to use the same IDE with Perl and maybe
> other languages
> - configurability (some might say Turing-completeness). I want an IDE
> to make simple things simple, but I also want to have the ability to
> *program* it to do *anything*.
> - other things that are important, but I might have missed
What about this one: www.ntllib.org/upp
Linux version is coming this month...
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