Developer Editor With Class and Variable Browser

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    Question Developer Editor With Class and Variable Browser

    Hello,
    I'm looking for a developer editor for Windows, that have a Class and Variables browser as the Microsoft Visual C++ 6 had(the old Visual Studio 6 pack), with those images that differs if it's a void, function, int, char...

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    Eh... don't know but I would recommend Codeblocks IDE. It's decent, free and it works well.
    1. Get rid of gets(). Never ever ever use it again. Replace it with fgets() and use that instead.
    2. Get rid of void main and replace it with int main(void) and return 0 at the end of the function.
    3. Get rid of conio.h and other antiquated DOS crap headers.
    4. Don't cast the return value of malloc, even if you always always always make sure that stdlib.h is included.

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    I don't want an IDE, what I need is an editor(I prefer editors than IDEs).
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    I found Zeus and I think that this is what I need, but if someone have any other, please share, because I want to choose some that will really be good for me.
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    Looks good. I am more old school and I use notepad++ when I need just an editor
    1. Get rid of gets(). Never ever ever use it again. Replace it with fgets() and use that instead.
    2. Get rid of void main and replace it with int main(void) and return 0 at the end of the function.
    3. Get rid of conio.h and other antiquated DOS crap headers.
    4. Don't cast the return value of malloc, even if you always always always make sure that stdlib.h is included.

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    I'm a Notepad++ user now, but I still wants another one with a class browser, but when I'm on Linux(most of the time), I use Gedit that has this function.
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    SlickEdit runs on Windows and Linux and does all of what you need and is primarily an editor...
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    The only problem of SlickEdit and Zeus, is that they are shareware, but I'm needing something free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nathanpc View Post
    The only problem of SlickEdit and Zeus, is that they are shareware, but I'm needing something free.
    Well then I get all of that for free out of Emacs. It has a class and source browser and runs on all platforms. Not everyones favorite but it works for me. I can stick the same .emacs file on each platform and they all act the same, adding the class and source browser is just a matter of adding the right .el files to the right places on Linux and Windows.

    And it doesn't cost a dime.
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    I am a big fan of vim editor and i have turned vim into a more powerful editor with the help of few plugins (Taglist and NERDTree most importantly) and with few tweaking in vimrc file i can able to get the editor i want.

    Try it and see, it may very well suite your taste
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    I've already tried both(eMacs and Vim), but they are so command-line, even with their GUI front-ends, they still looks like a console program.
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    That's not a bad thing, they are probably faster and more powerful than anything else (looks at your avatar <.<). Anyway, I don't use them, I use gedit or notepad++ on Windows, just for big projects I use Code::Blocks, a very nice IDE. Why don't you want an IDE?

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    I love the way it just works, instead of making so much polish and eat system resources in using something, i can go for powerful and fully capable editor like VIM.

    Ok i agree its a personal thing and everyone view differs here.

    As you have asked in forum i shared my views

    In case if anyone want to view my VIM setup here is a screenshot Click Here
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brafil View Post
    That's not a bad thing, they are probably faster and more powerful than anything else (looks at your avatar <.<). Anyway, I don't use them, I use gedit or notepad++ on Windows, just for big projects I use Code::Blocks, a very nice IDE. Why don't you want an IDE?
    I don't like IDE's, because they are heavy and many things that I don't use, then I prefer to have a editor that is simple, but have all that I need.

    Quote Originally Posted by cbalu View Post
    I love the way it just works, instead of making so much polish and eat system resources in using something, i can go for powerful and fully capable editor like VIM.

    Ok i agree its a personal thing and everyone view differs here.

    As you have asked in forum i shared my views

    In case if anyone want to view my VIM setup here is a screenshot Click Here
    As I've already said, that's so much console. I like when programs have the OS default style for the controls used on it.
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    (looks at your avatar <.<)
    Why did you change it xD?

    Anyway, I think Notepad++ is the best program for you, period.

    @cbalu: Well, that looks really great. You have motivated me for another try.

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