Show me how you debug.

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Show me how you debug.

Post by bidik » 28 Apr 2017, 12:16

I want to know what IDE you are using, how your debugger looks like, how your code navigation works (go to diclaration, go to usage), and how you actually write code, how you know what to and what not to edit.

If you'll make it as a video, I would watch it more eagerly than any letsplay. But text is fine too. If you'll upload a video of 4 hours of yourself coding, with or without comments, I'll (probably) watch it.

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Re: Show me how you debug.

Post by bidik » 30 Apr 2017, 19:28

Telling your ide is enough, actually.

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Re: Show me how you debug.

Post by Svetomech » 30 Apr 2017, 19:37

Personally, I use CLion, but I'm not a part of the project, just a regular user here.

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Re: Show me how you debug.

Post by bidik » 30 Apr 2017, 19:53

That's a useful info too, thanks.

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Re: Show me how you debug.

Post by Naugrim » 30 Apr 2017, 20:55

Svetomech wrote:Personally, I use CLion, but I'm not a part of the project, just a regular user here.
Doesn't CLion require a licence?
My opinions are my own. I am just a thankful user of OpenMW with no affiliation with the dev team.

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Re: Show me how you debug.

Post by psi29a » 30 Apr 2017, 21:02

Svetomech wrote:Personally, I use CLion, but I'm not a part of the project, just a regular user here.
Same here, I'm fond of it and PyCharm (which is included in CLion too).

If you work on a FOSS project, you can get a free license.

A runner up for me would be QTCreator which is another top notch IDE.

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Re: Show me how you debug.

Post by AnyOldName3 » 30 Apr 2017, 21:09

Visual Studio is the king of IDEs. The actual compiler and stuff that it comes with can be problematic but in terms of actually writing code or trying to work out why the code in front of you works or doesn't, it's really good.
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Re: Show me how you debug.

Post by Svetomech » 01 May 2017, 20:28

Naugrim wrote:Doesn't CLion require a licence?
It does. But, as psi29a mentioned, you can get one free if you work on an open source project.
Visual Studio is the king of IDEs
Only for .NET languages (especially C#), in my opinion. I really don't like how it handles C++,

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Re: Show me how you debug.

Post by AnyOldName3 » 01 May 2017, 21:45

Svetomech wrote:
Visual Studio is the king of IDEs
Only for .NET languages (especially C#), in my opinion. I really don't like how it handles C++,
That's not a problem. C# is the king of languages, and there's never a situation where anything else would be better. :P
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Re: Show me how you debug.

Post by psi29a » 01 May 2017, 22:01

AnyOldName3 wrote:
Svetomech wrote:
Visual Studio is the king of IDEs
Only for .NET languages (especially C#), in my opinion. I really don't like how it handles C++,
That's not a problem. C# is the king of languages, and there's never a situation where anything else would be better. :P
*cries in a corner rocking himself back and forth*

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