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icon5.gif  Eclipse CDT C/C++ Browsing Perspective [message #900758] Wed, 08 August 2012 08:16 Go to next message
alessandro b is currently offline alessandro b
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Registered: August 2012
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Hello everybody,

i am a new eclipse user, and i am comparing eclipse with other popular IDEs.

I will not begin a debate on what is better on which IDE or on which IDE is better for what...

I only ask this question:
- WHAT HAPPENED WITH THE ECLIPSE CDT C/C++ BROWSING PERSPECTIVE, for browsing and navigating classes, namespaces, functions, etc. within C++ projects ?

All decent and popular IDEs have a decent class browser, so i assume Eclipse must have too... In the past there was in Eclipse CDT a class browsing perspective for C++, similar to the Java Browsing Perspective: what happened with it ?

I can search and navigate with the Menu Navigate->Open Type in Hierarchy and somehow with the C++ search, but it is not the same as in a good class browser like in other popular IDEs.

So i am very disappointed ! Confused Shocked

Can someone please help me ? Is there novadays a plugin for a C++ class browser or an advanced search for listing classes and other resources alphabetically (within the whole project and recursively in ALL the include files at onece) ?

I would be unhappy if i have to resort to other concurrent IDEs manily because of this points... Rolling Eyes


Thanks
Very Happy
Re: Eclipse CDT C/C++ Browsing Perspective [message #900794 is a reply to message #900758] Wed, 08 August 2012 09:41 Go to previous message
Russell Bateman is currently offline Russell Bateman
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Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
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On 8/8/2012 6:16 AM, alessandro bernardini wrote:
> Hello everybody,
>
> i am a new eclipse user, and i am comparing eclipse with other popular
> IDEs.
>
> I will not begin a debate on what is better on which IDE or on which IDE
> is better for what...
>
> I only ask this question:
> - WHAT HAPPENED WITH THE ECLIPSE CDT C/C++ BROWSING PERSPECTIVE, for
> browsing and navigating classes, namespaces, functions, etc. within C++
> projects ?
>
> All decent and popular IDEs have a decent class browser, so i assume
> Eclipse must have too... In the past there was in Eclipse CDT a class
> browsing perspective for C++, similar to the Java Browsing Perspective:
> what happened with it ?
>
> I can search and navigate with the Menu Navigate->Open Type in Hierarchy
> and somehow with the C++ search, but it is not the same as in a good
> class browser like in other popular IDEs.
>
> So i am very disappointed ! :? 8o
> Can someone please help me ? Is there novadays a plugin for a C++ class
> browser or an advanced search for listing classes and other resources
> alphabetically (within the whole project and recursively in ALL the
> include files at onece) ?
>
> I would be unhappy if i have to resort to other concurrent IDEs manily
> because of this points... :roll:
>
> Thanks
> :d

Having read the sticky posts at the top of the forum, you'd know to ask
C/C++ specific questions in the Eclipse CDT forum for more expert help.
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