Getting rid of writting C++ boilerplate code

Andreas Pakulat apaku at
Tue Jul 4 00:24:29 BST 2006

On 04.07.06 00:38:45, Jakob Petsovits wrote:
> On Monday, 3. July 2006 23:28, Andreas Pakulat wrote:
> > On 03.07.06 22:37:45, Jakob Petsovits wrote:
> > > In opposition, I think that this kind of feature should indeed happen
> > > automatically, otherwise you're quicker doing it by hand.
> >
> > Well, I don't think so. Renaming a method can mean to update 1 header
> > but four handful of implementation files. Not to mention moving a file,
> > method, class whatever... I'm certainly not faster doing it by hand.
> I guess it depends on what the functionality is able to do. I was referring to 
> only changing the method header together with the correspondent other one.
> If there are more full-fledged refactoring opportunities, it might make sense 
> to get them all into consistent dialogs instead. So, yes, ok.

I still have the hope that KDevelop4 will have refactoring support...

> > Another question is: Does Kate or KDevelop even allow this (yet)? I mean
> > you'd always need to check wether the just typed letter changed a method
> > name. Now I don't know how the class view currently works, but I don't
> > think it's constantly reparsing the file beeing edited is it?
> Each time the file is changed, with a 250 milliseconds timeout :-D

Even if code completion is disabled?


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