Re: gVim - Integrated development environment
- On 14 May 2013, <contact.opc0de.fr@...> wrote:
> Hi,If you absolutely must use a huge, slow, buggy, convoluted machinery
> I write sources codes in differents languages, and I'm looking for
> several things about gVim:
> A plugin to create and manage my projects as an IDE (Visual Studio).
to accomplish some simple tasks:
> A plugin to use GDB and also to put Breakpoints from the lines ofYou might consider doing it the other way around, with a GDB
> sources codes in gVim.
frontend that runs (g)vim when necessary:
But, again, if you must do it from Vim:
(also see there for other similar projects).
> A plugin for the completion of sources codes, for example forIf the builtin completion is not enough for you, there are plenty of
> functions and vars from libc, for functions and vars from extern lib
> and from my own sources files.
plugins around, ranging from nice and simple to huge, slow, and complex.
Some popular choices:
> A plugin to build/compile a project.The builtin make / quickfix works fine, but perhaps also take a look
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