From: Chris Cannam <cannam@al...> - 2009-05-15 10:58:15
Just been trying out Qt Creator v1.1 with the current Rosegarden
trunk, and it seems to work pretty well. You can just say File ->
New, select "Import of Makefile-based Project" and go, and it imports
and builds fine. I assume it doesn't know how to run configure, but
so long as you've already done that it seems to have no problem
finding and building the code. It does most of the necessary IDE
stuff, including popping up completion menus for object methods,
function arguments and so on, and going to errors when you
double-click on them.
The only minor problem I had was that it seemed to need an absolute
path to the Rosegarden executable (in Projects -> Run Settings ->
Executable) so it knew what to run after building. And I couldn't
work out how to get rid of the debugger pane from the window after
opening it (I haven't actually tested that yet). The editor defaults
to 8 spaces, but is easily changed, and it uses spaces rather than
tabs by default.
I probably won't be using it every day, because it's Not Emacs, but
I'd certainly recommend it for anyone looking for an IDE to use with
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