C++ command line development tools for Linux standard?
As most of you know, I am looking for a decent toolset for c++ Linux development. Thanks to a number of you on my Facebook group, I have come to the conclusion that VS Code is not what I am looking for.
There were standard comments like:
Yeah, I myself use tmux+vim, youcompleteme for autocomplete while coding, gdb and valgrind for debugging, great stuff.
Neovim was mentioned. It seems that standard C++ IDEs will not work as they are really buggy where you waste time.
Visual Studio has this
but this is not native to Linux and most likely will flop when porting to C++ code to Linux. No thanks as I don’t trust what Microsoft pumps out these days especially being on forced update Windows 10.
Gdb was the standard debugging tool for C++ debugging Linux files. I found this though
This could be helpful thanks to one my Facebook group members
How to debug a C/C++ program with GDB command-line debugger
Helpful with Neovim
Other popular C++ debuggers:
These could be helpful
It looks like the command line tools are what is the most popular. I might have to put on my big boy pants to work with this.
Facebook group topic:
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