I never used QTCreater before and find it very unfriendly and hard to use.
It seems to import CMakeLists.txt, but shows no other project files.
Also whatever options I add to CMake configuration it ignores them, so I can’t compile.
Also it can’t complete any files from Urho directory (and labels all #includes red.
Not that I really want to use it, but I don’t want to use Eclipse because that is
really heavy and unpredictable monster. Otherwise I will not be able to cope with urho coding style
and C++ stuff as it just can’t fit the brain, and working without autocompletion is not possible
because everything is so complicated and verbose.
I wonder will Kdevelop work instead? Or is it possible to make QtCreator work
without spending too much time configuring it?
I’m too used to vim + C / python for 10 years and I really doubt now that using IDE is efficient at all.
The problem is that C++ is just not designed to be used with simple tools