RE: IDE for gtkmm
- From: "Foster, Gareth" <gareth foster siemens com>
- To: gtkmm-list gnome org
- Subject: RE: IDE for gtkmm
- Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2004 13:55:17 +0000
The last thing I saw that looked remotely promising was Scaffold, Anjuta is
If you ask me, there ought to be a concerted effort to get Scaffold back on
the road again from the community, before the code it has (had?) in common
with MonoDevelop (autotools management and maybe more afaik) is lost (i.e
ported to C#). I suppose an IDE for C and C++ written in C# is possible, but
it wouldn't feel right would it? I thought having code in common with
MonoDevelop would be a great opertunity, since Novell will likely put a fair
amount of man power into the project.
Something like the gnome-love effort ought to do the job, some sort of
campaign to motivate developers and attract them to the project. An IDE
should surely be seen as a vital piece of the Gnome developer platform?
I know, I know, why don't I go and do it :)
That's my 2 pence anyway. Sorry in advance if I've gotten any facts wrong
From: gtkmm-list-bounces gnome org [mailto:gtkmm-list-bounces gnome org] On
Behalf Of Kresimir Culin
Sent: 23 November 2004 19:04
To: gtkmm-list gnome org
Subject: IDE for gtkmm
can anybody recomend me which IDE to use ?
I'm OK with glade/libglade based UI.
I tried Anjuta , but code completion doesn't work.
I can't figure out why are sme methods available and some not.
I tried eclipse3 with CDT 2.0.2 , I expected
that i can enter `pkg-config gtkmm-2.0 --cflags` somewhere in
Project->properties->C/C++ build -> Directories incude (-I) :
Anyway, *P L E A S E* I need solution better than gedit & running make
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