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On Fri, 12 Nov 2010 07:21:40 GMT, Joseph Perl wrote:
> I haven't heard of anyone using Netbeans for this. But I'll be > interested to hear if you make progress with it yourself. I've certainly > enjoyed using Netbeans in my Java projects. >
Thank you Joseph for your reply.
Yes, I like Netbeans - the code navigation, refactoring, etc. I have not used it yet for C++ though.
One possible hurdle with Geant4 is the way the source and include files are distributed in many many src and include directories. Maybe it is too early to tell (I have not yet dived in to really try), but I suspect this might be the case.