[KPhotoAlbum] How do you develop with KPA/Qt

Shawn Willden shawn-kimdaba at willden.org
Thu Apr 19 01:36:49 CEST 2007

On Wednesday 18 April 2007 16:01, Tuomas Suutari wrote:
> I use Emacs and gdb. Emacs is quite powerful tool for C++ development.
> When compining inside emacs, you can jump to errors/warnings, just like
> in other IDEs. Debugging inside Emacs with gdb works great too (you can
> step code line-by-line, set break-points, etc.). And for revision
> control I use svn-status mode of Emacs.

Ditto, in every respect.

If you think that EMACS isn't a powerful and efficient development 
environment, it just means you don't know EMACS.  Of course, the flip side of 
that is that EMACS is far from easy to learn.


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