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>>>>> "BS" == Bruce Stephens writes:
BS> Ville Vainio <ville.vainio@...> writes:
> "Eric" == Eric M Ludlam <eric@...> writes:
Eric> The current state of "smart completion" is very early yet. It seems
Eric> to work well for most basic cases. What it really needs is some
Eric> sort of high-speed back end for searching through very large symbol
Eric> tables in a controlled manner.
>> This would seem like a candidate for a separate project - a "source
>> code server" of some sort. One could imagine that someone might take
>> the C++ code database stuff out of eclipse and provided it as a
>> standalone server which you could instruct to parse source directories
>> and ask for completion of symbols...
BS> How good is eclipse at C++ parsing? Is it's database better than
BS> semantic's (other than presumably being faster)? Does it offer enough
BS> information to produce callgraphs, for example?
Not so good as for java - i tried to use it for C++, but it does not
understand things like
etc, so i can't normally use it for STL
With best wishes, Alex Ott
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