[Interest] CLion to replace QtCreator?
gunter at schwann.at
Tue Apr 5 16:09:29 CEST 2016
On Tuesday, April 05, 2016 04:19:42 PM NoMercy wrote:
> That QtCreator is eons behind current technology and trends, isn't it very
No! Absolutely not.
QtCreator is a really great IDE. Very lightweight, but still very powerful.
Simply using the "Esc" button is a single fantastic feature that I haven't
And for the technology: CLion as well as QtCreator are using clang for the
code model (which is the heart of an IDE).
What other technology do you mean?
What trends do you see for IDEs?
> I would say just checkout features of ANY JetBrains product but
> you don't even intend to so you are in therefor denial. (Not personally you
> but many people who are objecting these)
I haven't used it yet - granted. But I have watched all the CLion releases so
They are looking promising. But I haven't seen any major feature that
QtCreator would lack (C++ only).
I guess you haven't read the manual of QtCreator. So you missed tons of
And yes, QtCreator is not perfect. Especially the clang code model still needs
polishing (speed is not up to the old model).
QtCreator 4.0 (beta) is looking really nice :)
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