QtCreator has powerful support for both of these.

But it has no plugin for docked terminal like this (Eclipse);

And I don't want to use Eclipse because it has a lot of bug and it has more features than I needed.


At the moment there isn't plugin for auto completion, even in CodeBlocks IDE there isn't auto completion. I think the closest about your question is the syntax highlighting support for C++
You can get for Sublime text like a package or download the code editor visual Studio Code in the next links:

  1. Visual Studio Code: Code Editor with C++ syntax highlighting
  2. C++ syntax highlighting Package for Sublime Text
  • If you found an C++ auto complete for sublimeText, please shared – Quethzel Díaz Nov 21 '15 at 8:57
  • I'm using ubuntu. – Orhan G. Hafif Nov 22 '15 at 3:06
  • Well, another option is NetBeans for ubuntu It has highlighted text and code assitance. in fact I think it's better than I previously recommended. Here is the link Netbeans C++. – Quethzel Díaz Nov 22 '15 at 23:28
  • NetBeans uses Java too. And It is IDE. I found KDevelop, It is lightweight, fast. And It's like IDE, but it's not :) – Orhan G. Hafif Nov 23 '15 at 9:22
  • You can try CudaText - works ok on Ubuntu. Has C++ syntax too. – RProgram Nov 24 '15 at 19:36

I found a very cool editor: Kdevelop.

It has customizable terminal plugin and customizable syntax highlighting. And It is fast and lightweight.

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