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Falcon C++

C++ IDE easy and complete.

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Falcon C++ is a IDE that was developed to turn development of C++ applications easily.

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Features

  • Package support including devpack files and project templates
  • Tree structured projects, drag and drop files, project property advanced
  • update constant, bugs fixed, system new file and compile do not need save to compile
  • Standard tools, hext to int, int to hex, insert datetime, standard includes, definition header
  • Debug support with auto add watch of current variables, Show tips with expression value when mouse over code
  • Show tips when mouse over code
  • Code completion
  • Code templates
  • Find declaration
  • Function navigation
  • Source code formatter

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    Add support UTF-8 please!

    Posted 06/17/2015
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Additional Project Details

Languages

Italian, English, Brazilian Portuguese

Intended Audience

Developers

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows)

Programming Language

C++, C, Delphi/Kylix

Registered

2010-08-19

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