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which one you use tool for systemC?

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Hi 

As i know SystemC is seperated header and CPP.

So after i write header , i can't remember of header's information.

 

It's very uncomfortable way to edit systemC.

 

So what you use tool for edit systemC?

 

Are there any specified tools?

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On Windows, Visual C++ is good - it will prompt you for method names when typing etc.

 

On Linux, I prefer a plain text editor.

 

There are also commercial tools if you have lots of money

 

regards

Alan

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On Linux, if you use Vim, you can install several nice C++ helper scripts from www.vim.org to get functionality similar to Visual C++ (e.g. name completion). Using The graphical mode (i.e. -g or gvim) yields a pleasant development environment where you can view directories, edit multiple files, compile them and perform quick fixes.

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On Linux, if you use Vim, you can install several nice C++ helper scripts from www.vim.org to get functionality similar to Visual C++ (e.g. name completion). Using The graphical mode (i.e. -g or gvim) yields a pleasant development environment where you can view directories, edit multiple files, compile them and perform quick fixes.

Thank you Sir,

Yes i use in linux.

So would you please let me know exactly link?

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My favorite Vim plugin for C++ is Clang Complete <http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=3302>. Of course it requires that you install clang++/llvm <http://llvm.org/releases/download.html>. Clang++ is an open-source C++ compiler with much better error messages than GCC.

 

Alternately, you can use the Vim plugin GCCsense <http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=1520>, which depends on ctags.

 

You will need to spend time to learn how to install and use these yourself.

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