From: Jamie Allsop (ja11sop_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-02-10 20:23:43
Jens Seidel wrote:
> I use gdb's command line interface and understand you :-) I suggest you
> try out Eclipse together with the CDT (C/C++) module. CDT 4.0 made a big
> progress, it is fully graphical, cross platform, ... IDE. It's really great.
> It doesn't always work properly with a free Java implementation as found
> in many Linux distributions but now that Java is relicensed to GPL there
> will be a lot of progress.
Last time I looked Eclipse did not support relative paths (seriously, I
also recall this was a 'feature') rendering it unusable for any of the
projects I was involved in - YMMV
There is an IDE with a reasonable debugger UI for gdb in CodeBlocks
which is worth a try (it's even written in C++). It is in the spirit of
C++BuilderX if anyone remembers that IDE. I use CB now as my main IDE
even on Windows, though for debugging on Windows VC++ is a clear winner.
Apologies for being drawn into this OT thread... ;)
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