Google Summer of Code 2006 Project proposals
mattr at kde.org
Wed Apr 19 01:08:16 UTC 2006
On Tuesday 18 April 2006 17:58, David Nolden wrote:
> I've just looked at kscope and it is only for C not for C++.
> I think the current navigation/autocompletion/refactoring can be made more
> reliable without being completely replaced..
> I'd propose this project:
> - Make autocompletion work correctly with templates(especially
> - Make calltips more useful by making them more reliable, and also parsing
> and showing doxygen-style documentation together with the
> - Add a "show all callers" feature for functions, and a "show all users"
> feature for classes
> - Move the calculation-part of code-completion into another thread so it
> doesn't make the cursor unresponsive while working on a big project
> All this may be a bit much for a single project.. but I'd like to
> participate myself trying to achieve it. :)
> Am Dienstag, 18. April 2006 22:37 schrieb Alexander Neundorf:
> > Hi,
> > On Tuesday 18 April 2006 01:48, Matt Rogers wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > As you may have heard/read, Google will be doing Summer of Code again
> > > for 2006. I'd like those of you interested to think of ideas for
> > > projects that could be done for KDevelop trunk. Depending on the
> > > project, some projects could also be for KDevelop 3.4 as well, although
> > > I don't as of yet know when we'll do the final release for that.
> > >
> > > Initially, we'll have to track projects here on the mailing list, and
> > > I'll hopefully be able to move them to a wiki page soon.
> > Since I won't have time for mentoring and I am too little involved in
> > kdevelop development, I post it here:
> > Currently KDevelop doesn't have reliable C++ code
> > navigation/autocompletion/refactoring support.
> > We have our own C/C++ parser with r++ (AFAIK). There are also other
> > options to implement this, each with different pros and cons.
> > As there are:
> > -cscope/kscope
> > -ctags
> > -gcc-xml
> > Maybe these should be considered too ?
> > From a quick view at the kscope screenshots this looks *very* promising.
> > I know more or less nothing about ctags. gcc-xml is slow, but will
> > consume everything gcc eats.
> > Having good support for this kind of stuff is very important for the
> > future of KDevelop.
> > Bye
> > Alex
Then start digging into KDevelop 4, where the new parser is supposed to be
built with all these features in mind.
(also, please quit top-posting, it makes threads harder to read and follow)
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