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Re: Searching for more code reviews

Postby velociostrich » Sun Oct 21, 2012 1:05 am UTC

gavlig wrote:@Viech: QtCreator works fine as IDE for unv. Just load it from CMakeLists.txt and you have a ready-to-go project ;)


Qrntz wrote:Qt Creator to both or Vim with extensions if you're feeling hardcore.


Qrntz, I swear on IRC you told me that QtCreator only works with C++! I just tried it and from first glance it looks a helluva lot nicer on the eyes than Code::Blocks.
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Re: Searching for more code reviews

Postby Qrntz » Mon Oct 22, 2012 1:53 am UTC

velociostrich wrote:Qrntz, I swear on IRC you told me that QtCreator only works with C++!


  1. I told you it would highlight the syntax and support most of the IDE functionality, but wasn't meant to edit C code;
  2. That was some versions ago, now the support is quite fine. :-p

velociostrich wrote:I just tried it and from first glance it looks a helluva lot nicer on the eyes than Code::Blocks.


Granted.

Viech wrote:I used grep and vim before but tracking function calls between files was rather tedious (is there a plugin that makes this easier?).

Qrntz wrote:Vim with extensions


There are lots of docs on that. Juggle plugins until you find the optimal configuration. My personal small recommendation list would be:


When I need to use a tag facility, I use Exuberant Ctags that Vim natively supports.
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