I'm looking for a good C++ IDE for Linux. The IDE I'm looking for has to meet a few requirements:
-It has to have a very good autocomplete
-It has to be visually customizable
-The function to link libs to the project must be easy to access and edit because I tend to use a lot of different libs(SFML,ALLEGRO,etc.)
Note: Don't suggest neither Code::Blocks, it's autocomplete is terrible, neither QCreator, it's not visually customizable
I will try Sublime. Will check on that plugin cause autcomplete comes real handy when your working with lots of variables.
When I talk about visual customization I mean the color of the word, the background, changing the icons, etc.
That's the default autocomplete plugin for Code::Blocks and when you're working with standard libraries it kind of does the job but when you start to add other libraries besides not recognizing the added libs it messes up the standard libs as well.
As I said to Zereo I like autocomplete because it comes in handy when working with a lot of variables and I'm kind of lazy and I like not needing to type it all.
I know I'm going to get lots of critics for this, but reason why "interactive debugger" was not on the list is cause I don't know how to work with a debugger. I know it's essential and all but I'm still sort of new to programming (I'm 11) and I'm still learning. This happens cause I learned the absolute basics and the skipped the rest and jumped right to the graphic libs because my true objective while learning to program is to make a game.
Is Umbrello better now? A few years ago I tried it (KDE 3) and it was totally unusable. I remember submitting 9 patches during the single evening, just to make it (somehow) work. That code was a mess...
BTW: the idea of converting UML diagrams into code is ridiculous. Anyone using this feature seriously? Really? Why?