[Interest] CLion to replace QtCreator?

NoMercy nomercy at gmail.com
Tue Apr 5 15:26:48 CEST 2016

The thing is stuff that needs to chage (i think) can't just be covered by
some feature requests, tons of things need to change. There should be a
team of UI/UX experts who should reshape the whole thing. :(

On Tue, Apr 5, 2016 at 4:16 PM, Nikita Krupenko <krnekit at gmail.com> wrote:

> 2016-04-05 16:03 GMT+03:00 NoMercy <nomercy at gmail.com>:
> > I think after countless agruments in this thread I will try to do that at
> > best I can or find some interested people and help them maybe :(
> > But the thing is that I'm sorry that after some point when 90% of Qt
> > users/developers start to use/see/accept other IDEs as default for Qt
> > development instead of QtCreator when there is a real good alternative,
> > people will feel sorry coming this thread scratching their head and
> thinking
> > what we have done wrong... after that point winning people back to
> QtCreator
> > will be hard as hell and countless hours spent developing QtCreator will
> be
> > in vein because there will be left around 15 people left happy around
> their
> > closed environment.
> >
> > And people keep saying that it is open source, you do it, why don't you
> do
> > it etc. well it maybe open source but I think Qt company is payed well
> > considering the license costs, why dont Qt Company do something about it?
> > isn't it Qt Company's official product after all?
> If you want to change something in QtCreator, you can use two
> different approaches:
> 1. "Hey, your IDE is wretched, I don't like it. Throw away all your
> code and create new IDE from scratch. Or even better, don't waste time
> and add Qt support to my favorite IDE. And I don't want to offend
> somebody, just saying that it's rubbish."
> 2. "Hey, there is a good IDE xxx. It has nice features, that are
> missing in QtCreator: feature1, feature2, etc. What do you think about
> adding this features? I can create tickets in JIRA if you are agree
> that it would be good to have this features in QtC (or even volunteer
> to implement some of them)."
> I think, the second approach more constructive.
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