Let me make a request for help and a quick announcement, and then I'll get you back to your regularly scheduled on-topic reading:
I need a good C/C++ IDE
I've been doing a lot of work in C++ lately for bioinformatics, and DevC++ is just not going to make the cut. My friend Michael
suggested I use Visual Studio, but I thought I'd throw this out there and see what everyone else thought and try out a few more.
I'd like it to work on Windows, but I wouldn't mind hearing some Mac choices for the fun of it. Ideally, it would have a lot of the features of IntelliJ IDEA, but if it's not that
awesome, I could probably get by. DevC++ is just broken for me. I won't go into too much detail, as I think those guys are providing a good service and I'm not helping them out myself, but sometimes headers get that do long
has been the least of my troubles.
I'd like to know of both free and paid versions.
I'm on Twitter
I've finally started using my twitter account
. I started the account a while back, but never really "got it." I guess the other day the light bulb went off in my head. It's like email + IRC + instant messaging + blogging all in one.
Anyway, if you're on twitter and want to start following me, I'll get notified and probably start following you as well. Of course, if I start getting too many updates, I'll randomly stop following some people. Try not to take it personally if that happens.
I try not to give the minute details of my life like "I just woke up" or "I'm voting for so-and-so." Instead, I've been trying to stay on topic of this blog (programming and technology), but with small thoughts about whatever I happen to be working on. Of course, you'll find some responses to other people won't always be on my main topic.
I hope to see you on there. And if you can help in the C++ IDE department, please let me know!
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My preferred IDE for C++ programming is Visual Studio 2008, with the addition of the Visual Assist X add-in.
For a Visual Studio alternative, NetBeans is a very good and polished IDE.
Posted by Costin
on Apr 12, 2013 at 03:45 AM UTC - 5 hrs