From: Karl Rosaen (krosaen_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-21 16:11:07
I have been using SlickEdit (http://www.slickedit.com/) for years, and
have been very happy with its lightweight, yet powerful development
environment that is cross platform and supports many languages.
A new feature is support for C++ refactoring. Admittedly I haven't
tried it out yet (I've been coding more in Python since I got the new
version), but here are the refactoring operations it supports:
Extract method, Push down to derived class, Pull up to super class,
Extract class, Extract super class, convert local field, convert
global to static field, convert static method to instance method,
encapsulate field, move static field, move method, replace literal
with declared constant, create standard method.
It is not free however; i think it costs around $200, and cheaper if
you use it for academic purposes.
On 4/21/05, zlf <zlfcn_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Manually refactor C++ program is anonying and inefficient. Who can tell
> me some refactoring tool working on C++ code. I have searched google, but
> nothing valuable found:(
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