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#ActualBloodyEpi

Posted 30 March 2013 - 02:42 PM

5) I'd recommend QTCreator, but Visual Studio is a solid option as well if you develop on Windows (The inability of the express edition to use plugins can be a bit of a pain)
I've never been a huge fan of Code::Blocks but i'm sure it works.

You'd prefer QTCreator to VS/Code::Blocks, even though he doesn't use any of that QT stuff? I always thought the IDE was designed to work well with design-your-own-gui-in-the-other-tab and would be useless if you want to write something else.


#1BloodyEpi

Posted 30 March 2013 - 02:41 PM

5) I'd recommend QTCreator, but Visual Studio is a solid option as well if you develop on Windows (The inability of the express edition to use plugins can be a bit of a pain)
I've never been a huge fan of Code::Blocks but i'm sure it works.

You'd prefer QTCreator to VS/Code::Blocks, even though he doesn't use any of that QT stuff? I always thought the IDE was designed to work well with design-your-own-gui-in-the-other-tab and would be useless if you just want to write something else.


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