What is the best workflow for C++ and vscode?
>>80344678yo bump neggas, answer my post or else..
Use full Visual Studio for C++
clang-tidy + clang-tidy vscode extension for inline warnings and errors, clang-format, and c/c++ (microsoft) extensioni don't like vscode's vcs gui so i use the terminal for gitfor building projects i use meson, it has good defaults, however it doesn't allow wildcards such as *.cpp, you need to specify each and e every source file
vscode-clangd and a build system that can output compile_commands files, such as... well any build system really. I use it with make half the time. microsoft's extension is rubbish.
>>80344926> microsoft's extension is rubbish.picrel?
>>80345062yes. it has a long-standing bug where it slows down after every reindex until it just dies and you have to restart the editor. on the kinds of projects I work on that was every 10 to 30 minutes...they may have fixed it in the mean time... but looking at their tracker, the very first bug seems to be a version of that, so I guess not.
I also want this answered.bumperooni
>>80344678Don't. Use Qt Creator with CMake and MSYS2(On windows at least) and you're good to go.