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RE: [cdt-dev] Updated CDT 2.0 Plan

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Douglas Schaefer [mailto:dschaefe@xxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Thursday, October 16, 2003 10:43 AM
> To: cdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: RE: [cdt-dev] Updated CDT 2.0 Plan

> > I would also like to add in a request that perhaps we increase the 
> > priority of Content Assist enhancements (QNX will commit a developer
> > to that aspect) {which will undoubtably drive additional 
> parser/indexer
> > requirements).
> Agreed. At the very least, we should improve the C support that we've 
> degraded with 1.2. And I'm still dying for completion of C++ 
> members. I'll 
> have to check with Dave, the dev manager, to see how many 
> resources he 
> wants to put on it. But based on your commitment I'll move it 
> to committed 
> status.
> > 
> > Additionally I would add in C++ Class Browser/C++ Hierarchy Browser
> > as a proposed item under User Experience as well.
> Sure, If you could put a couple of sentences together 
> describing it, feel 
> free to put it in and send a patch. We should also consider 
> adding you as 
> a committer to the web site, no?

No problem on putting the C++ Class Browser/Hierarchy Browser
piece together.  I'll try and get something in to you today.

Well I'm more of a trouble maker than anything else and since I am
sporadic in my contributions (often too late =;-) I think that it
might be a bit early to consider me a committer for the website.
I'll let other people comment on that however =;-)

Another item for the "proposal" list if there is someone in the
ether who wants to step up and help out is working out how we
might attack supporting "quick fix" in the IDE.  There has been
"Zarro" work done in this area AFAIK and it would be worthwhile
starting an investigation if "someone" out there is interested 
in a self-contained learning project =;-)