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*Better APIs for CDT developers 15 (4%)
 
*Better APIs for CDT developers 15 (4%)
 
*Better documentation in CDT code 13 (4%)
 
*Better documentation in CDT code 13 (4%)
*Bug fixes (stability, broken features, etc) 33 (9%)
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*Bug fixes (stability, broken features, etc) 37 (10%)
 
*Better scalability and performance 36 (10%)
 
*Better scalability and performance 36 (10%)
 
*Better support for C++11/C++14 language features 23 (6%)
 
*Better support for C++11/C++14 language features 23 (6%)

Revision as of 22:21, 8 August 2013

Are you a CDT user or developer (CDT or CDT-based product)?

CDT-Survey2013-q1-chart.png

  • User 56 (66%)
  • Developer 29 (34%)

On which platform do you use CDT the most?

CDT-Survey2013-q2-chart.png

  • Windows 30 (35%)
  • Linux 51 (60%)
  • Mac OS X 3 (4%)
  • Other 1 (1%)

What would you like to be the focus of the next CDT major release ?

CDT-Survey2013-q3-chart.png

  • Improvements to the UI and usability 27 (8%)
  • Improvements to the user documentation 17 (5%)
  • Integration with other build systems 22 (6%)
  • Integration with other compilers 13 (4%)
  • Integration with other debuggers 14 (4%)
  • More Refactorings and Source generation 39 (11%)
  • More debugging features 22 (6%)
  • Improvements to the build system 14 (4%)
  • Improvements to the editor and source navigation 25 (7%)
  • More code analysis 30 (8%)
  • Better APIs for CDT developers 15 (4%)
  • Better documentation in CDT code 13 (4%)
  • Bug fixes (stability, broken features, etc) 37 (10%)
  • Better scalability and performance 36 (10%)
  • Better support for C++11/C++14 language features 23 (6%)
  • Other 17 (5%)

Detailed Responses

Q1: Developer
Q2: Mac OS X
Q3: More Refactorings and Source generation, Integration with other compilers, Integration with other debuggers

Make working with C/C++ as easy and assisted as working with JDT/Java. Clang, llvm/lldb



Thoughts

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