|Re: [cdt-dev] RCP Debugger for Windows?|
Very cool. Thanks Bruno. I should subscribe to that newsletter :).
The LLVM community has immense momentum. If they’re covering the Visual C++ debug format then that opens the door to proper support for the VC++ toolchain. That’s huge news. Especially if they also cover dwarf letting us use it for everything on Windows.
BTW, I upgraded my Xcode yesterday and noticed that lldb-mi is part of that distro. I’m not sure I see it in the Command Line Tools distro they have though.
But I think it speaks to a possible strategy for us. That is, we should be playing nicely with incumbent IDE’s, I.e. Xcode, Visual Studio, and Qt Creator. Users tend to start with those, but we should make a path for them to migrate to Eclipse as they get frustrated with those IDEs or come upon the need to do Java or use something that only the Eclipse ecosystem has or does better.
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Date: Thursday, July 16, 2015 at 7:15 AM
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Subject: Re: [cdt-dev] RCP Debugger for Windows?
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