IDE for C++
I'm following C++ coding .Is QtCearotr a IDE for C++ that do debugging and anything that a IDE can do them
also, I would use Qt in near future but now I want use it for C++. can it do?
Qt is just C++ with a little bit of sugar on top, so, yes, you can use Qt Creator as a generic C++ editor.
ok. how can i install it on ubuntu 11.10 and what is best book about it in linux that you have read?
you go to the synaptic manager there u will find it
go to qt site there u will find the online installation package for qt...
i am reading this book "C++-GUI-Programming-with-Qt-4-1st-ed" by Jasmin Blanchette
& Mark Summerfield
i think this book will help u
[quote author="fazel-d" date="1329822359"]ok. how can i install it on ubuntu 11.10 and what is best book about it in linux that you have read?[/quote]
Yes, Qt has an IDE, named: Qt Creator.
1., Ok, you have an installed Ubuntu.
2., Use synaptic package manager and install these:
opengl: libgl-dev and libglu-dev (if using qtopengl)
phonon: gstreamer or libgstreamer
3., download and install Qt SDK
- Get these free books:
C++ GUI Programming with Qt 1st ed.
(This is the official Qt book!)
And another free Qt book:
If you are new to C++, read the Accelerated C++ book (this is a Qt community recommended introductory C++ book).
Jump into the Qt world :)
- Get these free books:
especial thanks for your answers.
one another ques. is c++ need in qt learning? if it is, what subjects of c++?
[quote author="fazel-d" date="1329840213"]especial thanks for your answers.
one another ques. is c++ need in qt learning? if it is, what subjects of c++?[/quote]
YES Definately. Unless you want to work with Python, from which you can also use Qt.
Important topics are of course the basic syntax, pointers, classes & objects and subclassing. You can't do without an understanding of such basic concepts.
[quote author="fazel-d" date="1329840213"]is c++ need in qt learning? if it is, what subjects of c++?[/quote]
YES! You need C++ knowledge for Qt. Because Qt is a C++ framework.
As Andre said: C++ is a must.
So you have to read some C++ books, for example (in this order):
Accelerated C++ (for beginners)
Thinking in C++ (IMHO the best C++ book for intermediate and advanced developers, and this book is free)
Effective C++ (this is only for advanced C++ developers)
Here you can find the most important topics for C++:
@broadpeak: thanx for sharing this..