On Sunday 03 April 2016 14:41:51 Bob Hood wrote: > But be aware that you're talking to somebody who has written whole > applications using nothing but vi and a command prompt. I'm certainly > not a /connoisseur/of IDEs. ;)
and I think this is the most important difference in ones opinion about QtCreator. If I remember correctly, its developers, at the very beginning, stated that they wanted to develop a lightweight IDE that is more a fancy text editor and, therefore, keeps out of your way. I personally find it much more convenient to use than lets say VisualStudio or Eclipse (for me personally a totally overloaded IDE, just look at the right click menu). Than again, I currently develop using Kate (a 'simple' text editor) so my opinion is biased. However, there, are some annoyances: for me the biggest is refactoring in VI mode (the most important feature of an editor ever! :) ), which got a lot better but its still not as good as without VI mode enabled. Also c++11 'auto' is confusing the IDE, but that might have changed recently. best Christian
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