Check out NetBeans 6.8


NetBeans 6.8 is now available as a Release Candidate for developers.
For C/C++ developers it now boasts a number of new features, among them:
  • Integration of Project Kenai, a collaborative environment for hosting open-source projects.
  • Profiling: New Microstate Accounting indicator, Thread Map view, Hot Spots view, Memory Leaks view, Sync Problems view
  • Faster synchronization during remote development
  • Support for gdbserver attach and easier attaching to already running processes
Other attractions are Java EE 6 support, JSF 2.0 new features and PHP 5.3 support. From my own trial of this, I find the new NetBeans release to be more robust than the old ones in C/C++ features, particularly those introduced in the last 2 releases, like remote development. I've been using it as successfully as any previous IDE releases (although, I must also admit that I'm not a heavy-weight IDE user... particularly because I can certainly work within its workflow but its not my own preferred style).

Check it out. You can download it here.


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