Using eclipse to develop KDE

Eclipse is not only a great IDE for java development. You can use the CDT plugin in eclipse to program c/c++ too.

Dennis Nienhüser explains how you can use eclipse to develop kde applications.

Things to enjoy:
Error and warning parser that will annotate faulty lines, a great indexer and content assistant, spell checking (that’s actually useful), gdb integration, doxygen assistant, Bugzilla integration (sadly not working with KDE Bugzilla), IRC integration (needs communication framework), Subversion support (needs subclipse/subversive), code formatting and a whole lot more.

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