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Re: Problems with 0.8 beta

Subject: Re: Problems with 0.8 beta
by Hans on 2009/2/7 0:26:46


Codebench is good enough that I now use it instead of Cubic IDE. However, there are two features that I miss:
- being able to indent a whole block of text by selecting and pushing TAB (or Ctrl shift -> in Cubic IDE, but I prefer just tab) and the inverse operation with shift-tab.
- Having a display that shows function prototypes as I'm typing (e.g., typing "memset(" shows the memset prototype). Actually, I really like the way that VisualStudio does it, but I know how much effort implementing autocomplete/suggestion/prototype-display features is, so probably not for version 1.0.

EDIT: I should also mention that the Quicklinks window is really useful

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