Viewing, Searching, Adding and Removing class libraies
Steven T. Hatton
hattons at globalsymmetry.com
Mon Feb 23 23:31:08 UTC 2004
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On Monday 23 February 2004 09:38 am, Stefano Rosanelli wrote:
> Alle 07:02, lunedì 23 febbraio 2004, hai scritto:
> > With Java IDEs it is usually
> > I guess the comperable C++ feature would be the ability to view and
> > manipulate the INCLUDE_PATH, and access the header files it points to.
> mmmm ... Java technology/platform is a different thing, I don't think it
> makes sense saying: with a Java IDE I can do this and that, I want to do
> the same with KDevelop in C++....
I'm pretty sure Visual C++ and Borland's C++Builder will do a lot of what I'm
suggesting. I believe some of the features I'm suggesting actually
originated in the C++ IDE environments. Gosling & Co. saw it was a good
thing, so they designed the Java language to make it easy.
> However using AutomakeManager you can set include path and libraries
> easily: - subproject->Options...->Includes (right click on subproj or
> click options button)
> - target -> Options -> Libraries (same...)
Thanks. That's good information to know. The other part of what I was talking
about is to then get a listing of header files available, and perhaps even
add the ability to view them(read-only?). It would be nice to be able to get
code completion for the #include entries. Also nice would be the ability to
add the contents of the headers that are visible in the current scope.
I believe this is possible. It would used the same mechanism the compiler
uses to determine what declarations are in scope. It may even be possible to
get gcc to help out in the process.
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