Set up gedit for use with C++

The post describes the setup for gedit to get most out of it for C++ development.

Activate gedit plugins using Edit → Preferences in gedit.

Smart indentation plugin for C/C++/Java

http://live.gnome.org/Gedit/Plugins?action=AttachFile&do=view&target=csmartindent.tar.gz

Function browser

http://sourceforge.net/projects/gedit-funcbrows/

The Ubuntu package gedit-plugins including an embedded terminal

to get an integrated terminal, get the package gedit-plugins. This is a set of plugins for gedit containing:

  • Bookmarks: Easy document navigation with bookmarks
  • Bracket Completion: Automatically adds closing brackets.
  • Character Map: Insert special characters just by clicking on them.
  • Code comment: Comment out or uncomment a selected block of code.
  • Color Picker: Pick a color from a dialog and insert its hexadecimal representation.
  • Draw Spaces: Draw Spaces and Tabs
  • Join/Split Lines: Join several lines or split long ones
  • Session Saver: Save and restore your working sessions
  • Show/Hide Tabbar: Add a menu entry to show/hide the tabbar.
  • Smart Spaces: Forget you're not using tabulations.
  • Embedded Terminal: Embed a terminal in the bottom pane.

get it with:

sudo aptitude install gedit-plugins

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