What is your favorite IDE (Linux, Windows or OSX, I don’t care) and/or text editor?
What is the best IDE for programming C and C++?
I've tried several, including Eclipse, code blocks and codelite, but none of them do it for me. Am I missing something that would make one of them perfect, or is there one I haven't tried?
Though the only thing irritating me is the lack of auto-complete. You can use M-\ but it's shit.
Though I know you can get sort-of IntelliSense to work in emacs, but it seems to be shitload of configuration.
Best choice I ever did was to come to emacs. Easy to compile. Easy to find errors. It's quite great tbqh familia
Under Windows, my favorite one is Visual Studio, not even kidding. It seems way more user-friendly when writing files than the others.
Downside is that it’s pretty heavy.
And don’t bother pirating the 2015 Enterprise version, I have both (Enterprise at work, Community at home) and there’s literally all you want on the Community Edition.
Visual Studio 2013 & Eclipse Mars
also for editor I use Notepad++
1) OP said and/or text editors
2) vim is an IDE when you have the right plugins
>invoke LINTer and highlight errors in vim
>use vim as a front-end to GDB
>make compiler output show up in separate buffer with jump to lines
>improved code completion with gtags
>easy code navigation (ctags, cscope, gtags etc)
>are you retarded?
No, just mixed them up. :(
>it only ever supported CMake
Yeah, I meant the other way around. Last time I used it (in beta-stage), autoconf were supposed to come. I was wondering if it had already?
The Enterprise edition is useless as fuck, to be honest, I almost don’t see the difference between the two of them. It’s only worth it if you’re working with a big team and is actually useful to companies only in most cases.
M-x install-package auto-complete
add this to .emacs
(add-to-list 'load-path "~/.emacs.d")
(add-to-list 'ac-dictionary-directories "~/.emacs.d/ac-dict")
>By default, Atom reports usage information to Google Analytics, including a unique UUID v4 random identifier. According to the authors, this is to determine the performance and know the most-used functions.
Confirmed botnet. Get this shit out of here.
you can put the file explorer anywhere you like.. the editor is styled with .less
wow, so fucking hard to disable a plugin [pic related]
>Atom is literaly less performant than Notepad
Why do they keep writting software using "web technologies" when there's plenty of proper programming languages that produce good native builds available to choose from?
Jetbrains almost makes me not want to kill myself when dealing with Android's bullshit. Almost.
Otherwise, I just use gedit until I can use vim for more than half an hour without fucking something up because I forgot to "esc; a" one time.
Notepad++ if I'm forced to use windows, however it's pretty fucking useless without certain plugins installed.
For some reason my faggot ass IT department at uni doesn't think the compare plugin should be installed on every machine be default.
Srsly is there any tutorial about emacs plugins? How to install them and where to download?
I want to use emacs but I simply need some stuff that modern editors have.
Help me out here anons
I only use VS because of .NET but I am moving away from that as I prefer Java (I know I am crazy but Idea makes working with Java quite nice).
I will also be moving to the Android team in April so I am getting up to speed with all that and as I can work in Idea (Android Studio) it is great.
Java gets a lot of hate but for me I don't find it all that bad. Sure it is verbose and kinda OCD with how things are organised but fuck me is it easy to maintain code with all that verbosity.
VS and Vim.
And yes, I tried Vim mode for VS. The whole concept is fucking stupid. If you have a GUI, why the flying fuck do you use such archaic keymappings. I'm not disparaging Vim, I know that it has it because it is used heavily in headless environments, but porting that behavior onto GUIs is masochism.