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What IDE do you use when developing C++/Qt applications?
I created a poll to find out what IDE developers use when working on C++/Qt applications.
I will publish the results as soon as I get a number of answers which is statistically relevant.
Feel free to comment here why you use a particular IDE after voting.
Asperamanca last edited by
How do I select multiple IDEs?
@Asperamanca you can vote more than once
Charlie_Hdz last edited by Charlie_Hdz
I did it already!
I wonder: What's the purpose of that poll?
Are you going to create new plugins for the most used IDE?
It's curiosity mostly.
I have not been able to find any reliable data on IDE usage statistics, so I decided to run a poll to find out.
I am also planning to launch another one dedicated to C++ developers (not using Qt).
Charlie_Hdz last edited by
I haven't used it, but people say that CLion is a really cool IDE for C++...Maybe you can mimic some of its features! Have good luck and let me know if you need help
@Charlie_Hdz I haven't used it either, but yeah, it seems promising.
I might work on a plugin for CLion as well, even if that requires Java and I am not really into it...
I am not planning to create a new IDE anyway, just working on plugins for now, like the one you saw on Linkedin. ;-)
@vivaladav CLion is my favorite. It's awesome! However being a Java app it can be so slow compared to a C++ ide like Slickedit.
The only big complaint I have (besides the speed) is that it doesn't support QML. I thought of writing a plugin to support QML but like you I don't like Java so I haven't done it yet, lol.
@ambershark I know what you mean...
The first time I tried Android Studio my PC couldn't handle it because it had only 8 GB of memory...
Java applications can be reliable, but they are also very demanding in terms of resources.
Btw, personally I am happy with Qt Creator for everything Qt AND C++. :-)