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Motaz Saad
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      08-14-2005
Dear all,
could any one direct me to Free C++ IDE for linux that have auto
complete and list members features, especially with STL.
I use STL for my programs, and what I am looking for is when u type a
dot operator after vector instance it will list all public vector
members.
Thanks in advance

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Nikos Chantziaras
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      08-14-2005
Motaz Saad wrote:
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> could any one direct me to Free C++ IDE for linux that have auto
> complete and list members features, especially with STL.


Not 100% sure, but I think Eclipse can do this. (Google for "Eclipse
IDE".) Make sure to download the correct packages though, as Eclipse
only supports Java by default. The C++ plugin is an extra download.


 
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Adolph Weidanz
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      08-14-2005
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Motaz Saad wrote:
> Dear all,
> could any one direct me to Free C++ IDE for linux that have auto
> complete and list members features, especially with STL.
> I use STL for my programs, and what I am looking for is when u type a
> dot operator after vector instance it will list all public vector
> members.
> Thanks in advance
>
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I use Kdevelop found at www.kdevelop.org. I know that it has
autocomplete not sure about list member features though..

Another one I have heard good things about is Anjuta found at
http://anjuta.sourceforge.net/

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Motaz Saad
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      08-15-2005
thanks for replying,
i tried it, but this feature work with java projects and does not work
with c++ projects.
I checked out the editor settings and it is set to triggers for (.) dot
operator, (->) operator and (: operator for auto completion
(proposal).
but it does not work with me

 
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benben
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      08-16-2005
> thanks for replying,
> i tried it, but this feature work with java projects and does not work
> with c++ projects.
> I checked out the editor settings and it is set to triggers for (.) dot
> operator, (->) operator and (: operator for auto completion
> (proposal).
> but it does not work with me
>


You have to reach CTRL + SPACE to bring up the autocompletion list. This is
really just a compromise because (maybe with Java) the autocomplete feature
always lags, and that'd be a nuissance to wait a couple seconds everytime
you type . -> :: even if you don't need its hint.

Ben


 
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