| Eclipse CDT C/C++ Browsing Perspective [message #900883]
||Wed, 08 August 2012 15:40
| alessandro b
Registered: August 2012
i am a new eclipse user, and i am comparing eclipse with other popular IDEs.
WHAT HAPPENED WITH THE ECLIPSE CDT C/C++ BROWSING PERSPECTIVE, for browsing and navigating classes, namespaces, functions, etc. within C++ projects ?
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 !
Can someone please help me ? Is there 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 once) ?
|Re: Eclipse CDT C/C++ Browsing Perspective [message #901325 is a reply to message #900883]
||Fri, 10 August 2012 15:55
| Yevgeny Shifrin
Registered: July 2009
I am not sure what you mean by browsing perspective.
Eclipse CDT provides very rich functionality:
* Call Hierarchy
* Type Hierarchy
* Navigation (select class, method, member, etc) and press F3.
* Outline view (for file opened in active editor) which shows all elements of this file.
* Include view (shows includes hierarchy)
* Ctrl+Shift+R - opens all resources in your workspace and you can find any file by its name.
* Ctrl+Shift+T - Open element (for example: namespace::MyClass::Method1).
* Search->C/C++ - You can search for C/C++ elements.
This is only partial list. Which functionality is missing for you?
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