Try again. Linux has a greater market share than Windows when you take embedded, mobile & servers into account.
Windows can only lay claim to the crown when it comes to desktops, and even that is beginning to change.
Visual Studio is good again.
For years they ignored C++. Intellisense was broke as shit.
AFAIK you still don't get any modern IDE features like refactoring, but at least debugging is excellent.
useless af, as >>52559026 said, this is only worth it if you want team tools.
I have both the community edition (at home) and the enterprise edition (at work), and I literally see no difference, and we have no use at work of these tools —we’re only a small team and it’s almost faster to share with USB sticks updated files. My company’s even considering not buying anymore the Enterprise licence for VS2015.
I don't like codeblocks. Dunno why, on my 3 computers it crash and bug everytime.
Qt creator does the job but is slow as shit and I don't like the UI. I prefer having something minimalist to focus on the code.
Some level includes a profiler, doesn't it?
It's always pissed me off that Turbo Pascal had a great profiler when I was in high school. In years of professional work, I've never had access to one!
on Windows Visual Studio. on Linux I personally really like Qt Creator but it looks like Clion is going to be the best once it matures a bit more. It also benefits from being based on the IntelliJ platform which has lots of excellent plugins that will no doubt make it over to Clion in the not-too-distant-future.
We don’t want at all cost our source code to be online, no matter how effective is the security of the website or service. We have our own forking and backup system, and we secure as much as possible file transmission.
We’ve done that ever since a hack that almost killed our company.
qt creator for sure. eclipse tho nigga? eclipse is shit
speak for yourself. i don't have jvm or openjdk installed. what good software actually depends on java? what do you need it for, fucking minecraft?
Importantly, Linux owns about 30% of the developer market and almost the entire scientific academia market. So if your target is people with decent income or grant money who know the first thing about computers, then Linux is an absolute must.
>all these people suggesting buggy as fuck code::blocks
>all these people suggesting visual studio
There are 3 options for all platforms:
Your preferred text editor except notepad or
qtcreator if you're doing Qt work or
Netbeans if you're doing literally anything else.
Eclipse is not an option for the same reason it's bad for java, it's an all around bad tool
Code::blocks hasn't had a stable release in how long? It also has no parser support for templates or c++11
Clion is not an option because it still only supports cmake, which is a travesty of a build system that only spits out makefiles anyway.
Kdevelop is also acceptable, but its KDE focused, which limits its usefulness