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Re: KDevelop 2.1

From: Robert <robertLinux_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2003-06-20 16:33:51 CEST

Sorry, I don't understand:

> No, you must use the CVS version. The upcoming kdevelop (codename
> gideon)
> have subversion support but are using the svn library, so it will
> probably
> not compile with subversion support.

??? It has subversion support but is using the svn lib, so it doesn't
Isn't svn and subversion the same?

> You might have a chance if you are using debian (kdevelop's svnpart
> developer are using debian and he develop it against recent Subversion
> snapshots (debian subversion)).

I guess Debian is another linux distribution. So there are no chanches
to get kdevelop running under SuSE?

Sorry for the inconvenience, but it is important to me to find a good
IDE for large projects.

I just thought of contributing to kDevelop myself to implement svn
support, but that would be my first larger project on linux although I
am quite experienced on other platforms.

The problem with kDevelop without version control is its weired
behaviour when making backups of project and files manually and
locally. I managed to destroy my (little) test-project by just moving
around files and folders from my project directory. I had to recreate
my project. Additionally it was not really possible to tidy up all the
makefiles automagically. Assume I have some 100 of files and some
douzends of nested directorys. Not imagineable how complicated a simple
manual backup would be.

Eclipse and the cdt-plugin: (there was a thread here about subclipse,
the svn plugin for it): On my little C++ testfile, the debugger crashes
regularly when pressing the wrong knob. Fe.: pressing "Stop debug" does
this regularly (not always but very often). (I don't like the GUI,
too). Although backing up projects by copying their folders simply

CodeWarrior 6: I could develop a svn pluging for CW 6, but CW 6 is only
good for Command line tools and Java. The C(++) debugger is fine (ddd),
so is the makefile creation, but no project templates (called
stationaries) for KDE, Qt, etc... like in KDevelop.
KDevelop even creates docfiles for you.

Do you have suggestions for a good IDE for C++ with all the templates I
would need for GNU development AND possible svn support?

I would really like to have source file management, I wouldn't even
need debugger and editor. But makefiles generation are a must have (at
the moment) although I could learn to write them my own. Having version
control over svn would be of great help, too.

Any ideas and suggestions are greatly welcome

PS: What do you think about the SlickEDIT IDE? It cost about 270 US$.
Is it worth? Can I have svn support with that? I will try to download
the demo and test it like CodeWarrior6 and kDevelop. If someone is
interested on the result, drop me a line.

Greetings and have a nice weekend!


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