Re: C++ development tool/platform
Elise Huard wrote:
Pretty basic question :
i've got to develop something in C++ on my debian. I was wondering
which tools you would recommend for development in C++. On Windows i've
worked with Borland and Eclipse (nice but slightly sloggy).
Browsing the packages yielded Kdevelop (i'm more of a gnome-fan, but
it's a possibility), and a friend said he liked gedit, plain and simple.
What is your experience ? More to the point, what would the
code-wizards amongst you recommend ?
(hope it's not vi ;-) )
I use c++ almost exclusively with Qt.
Then use any editor, I use mc.
QT has a Makefile generator.
Just run make. Current c++ is very good in pointing out your errors.
QT has great examples, I always start with those.
Many years ago I use M$ and Borland. Way too many notes. Does not need
to be that complicated and for the trees you don't see the forest.