KDevelop looks great!...No General C++ Document?

Steven T. Hatton hattons at globalsymmetry.com
Sun Feb 15 01:26:02 UTC 2004

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On Saturday 14 February 2004 06:26 pm, Steven T. Hatton wrote:
> I just took a look at the documentation in the latest build.  I've been out
> of the loop with KDevelop for a few months.  I recently started looking at
> it again.  Wow! You folks are really making progress.  This thing is
> beautiful! I expecially like the was such things as the Bash manual are
> laid out.  The collection of documentation is also impressive.
> One item I was hoping to find was a C++ reference.  IIRC, there was one in
> the old KDevelop.  Perhaps not perfect and complete, but it was certainly
> helpful.  Am I overlooking this?  Do I still need to do something special
> to install it? IIRC, that could be a bit tricky.
> Does anybody know if the C++ BNF is available freely in electronic form?
> I do have Bjarne's phonebook sitting right here, but electronic
> documentation can be much more effective as references in comparison to
> hard copy.  It took a couple months, but I have finally recovered from the
> shock and trauma of attempting to write recursive data structures using
> templates, and would like to attempt to learn more C++.
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I just discovered this:
Hyperlinked C++ BNF Grammar
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Last updated: 5-Jul-2002


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