[Qt-creator] Qt Creator is cool. :-)
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Mon May 10 20:37:32 CEST 2021
I want to take this opportunity to second this.
A year ago I changed jobs and had to work with 'one of the best Integrated
Development Environments' out there due to vendor locked in project files,
build systems and environments.
And I have to say, after a year I am fully convinced that Qt Creator is
worlds better when compared.
In a year using said IDE I never thought: 'Nice, QtC needs this' or 'QtC
can't do this'. Often I felt 'Wow if QtC can do this why can't I do it
My last rant on said IDE is that 3 keystrokes are not a shortcut, it is a
Qt Creator is easy to work with and simplistic enough to not be in your way
but complex enough to make you go faster and do what you need to do,
I am very fortunate to move on to a new job next month where I will be able
to work in Qt Creator once again.
Well done to the Qt Creator developers and contributors.
On Thu, 6 May 2021 at 20:35, Andrzej Telszewski <atelszewski at gmail.com>
> I just wanted to express my appreciation for your work on Qt Creator.
> Today, since quite some time, I had to debug an application.
> Working with the debugger was a very pleasant experience.
> I mainly write C, sometimes C++, very rarely something Qt.
> I'm making progress in switching completely to QtC.
> This is an interesting journey, because I'm an embedded (no pun intended
> ;-)) guy.
> I used to use IAR and Keil IDEs, but in my opinion QtC is far superior.
> I'm extremely happy to see support for microcontrollers popping up in QtC.
> I know that C hadn't always been the first class citizen in QtC, but it
> has greatly improved over the time.
> Please keep it going like that, making QtC great not only for C++, but
> for C as well.
> Thanks for your effort! :-)
> Best regards,
> Andrzej Telszewski
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> Qt-creator at qt-project.org
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