you can get an email for any new forum posts for CDT.
So I get all new ones in my Outlook. The limitation is that you don't get
replies to posts, unless you take part in the discussion. So, I agree
that it is not a perfect solution.
The flip side is that many of the posts on the forum are
mis-configuration issues or some truly beginner posts. I wouldn't want to
see those on the cdt-dev list. But more serious design questions are ok
Just had this discussion on twitter. I never go to the forums. I spend my day
in Outlook and don’t have the time to go look at the forums. One could
interpret me telling them to go to the forums and a lack of interest in their
issues. That of course is not true and I’m happy to see them anywhere, but I’m
more likely to see them if they show up in my Outlook.
cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of James Blackburn
Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2011 5:10
To: elaskavaia.cdt@xxxxxxxxx; CDT General developers
Subject: Re: [cdt-dev] Eclipse and
On 31 March 2011 02:22, Alena Laskavaia <elaskavaia.cdt@xxxxxxxxx>
You should probably post this question on CDT user's
Just out of interest how many CDT committers regularly look
at the forums? I know Andrew does and I think I've seen Toni post there.
However in general forums seem to get little love.
I personally don't mind user questions on cdt-dev.
The list is pretty quiet, and it gives us an inkling of what people are
trying to do as well as provide visibility of what issues people are seeing.
For frequently asked questions we can point users at the FAQ or
documentation. Where there is no documentation, that's helpful
With mail filters it's pretty easy to ignore messages you
don't want to reply to, but I don't think we should necessarily force people
away just because the question isn't related to cdt internals. There may
be others in the community who do know and are willing to
On Wed, Mar 30, 2011 at 5:02 PM, ArbolOne <arbolone@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Ok, I have Eclipse up and running using MinGW's compiler (GCC/GDB). Now
> would like to add GTKmm toolkit library to Eclipse, what do I have
> Eclipse-64 IDE for C/C++ Developers
Helios Service Release 1
> Build id:
> Thanks folks
> All things in life are temporary. If going well enjoy it,
they will not
> last forever. If going wrong don’t worry, they can't
last long either.
> cdt-dev mailing