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    Is there any IDE with Intellisense for C++ on Linux

    I am looking for such an IDE for C++ that can automatically load all the information about all the libraries and provide intellisense features for rapid coding as provided in NetBeans and Visual Studio.Net etc.
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    Re: Is there any IDE with Intellisense for C++ on Linux

    codeblocks ( http://www.codeblocks.org ). Make sure you read the information in the wiki about installing the nightly builds in ubuntu.
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    Re: Is there any IDE with Intellisense for C++ on Linux

    I am not completely sure but I think that eclipse for C/C++ should provide this functionality

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    Re: Is there any IDE with Intellisense for C++ on Linux

    Eclipse's CDT has got it, but it's dog slow, and spends huge amounts of time indexing. I really like the one in Code::Blocks; it seems to be the superior IDE for C++ to Eclipse in other respects as well.

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    Re: Is there any IDE with Intellisense for C++ on Linux

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    Re: Is there any IDE with Intellisense for C++ on Linux

    If you use / develop for KDE, KDevelop is another possibility.

    (BTW, "Intellisense" is just Microsoft's buzzword for the feature called "code completion" )
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