C++ IDE: an April Fools’ Day joke?
We hope you enjoyed our yesterday’s April Fools’ announcement and didn’t get your hopes too high about us creating a replacement for Google Reader. However, one of the things written there is actually true – we do have plans to create an IntelliJ-based C++ IDE at some point. The listed features are pretty close to what we have in mind, and you can notice that some of them are already implemented and ready to use in AppCode.
As the work is in progress, you can subscribe to get the latest news at the bottom of the features page and follow the AppCode blog to stay up to date.
UPDATE: ReSharper team is also working on introducing C++ support. You can find more details in ReSharper blog.
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