Graham Percival wrote:
Good visual debugger for both scheme and C++, running well on Windows
On Thu, Nov 12, 2009 at 01:40:37PM +0100, Bertalan Fodor (LilyPondTool) wrote:
I feel a very big obstacle for fixing bugs: the lack of modern tools for
What, precisely do you mean by this?
- C++ and scheme sucks? I doubt this will change.
- the build system sucks? we're working on changing that.
- new contributors spending days fiddling with indentation before
they can get patches approved? there's an issue tracker about
automatically indenting code to avoid this problem.
(nobody's working on it, but we *do* know about the problem)
Easy build procedure using visual tools.
Goal: To let a developer download lilyubuntu iso, and have the
development tools set up perfectly well for development, gdb configured
I started to do this, checking KDevelop, Eclipse, Netbeans, Anjuta, and
posted my findings on the list months ago. (My conclusion was that
Eclipse is quite good, but still not perfect - but didn't yet try