Getting Qt with Eclipse CDT and JSDT
When BlackBerry chose Qt for the underlying framework of it's new BlackBerry 10 native UI experience called Cascades, our tools team got to work improving making things better for Qt developers when using Momentics, our Eclipse-base IDE. And it has proven very successful.
Now, as our platform evolves, we realized it was important to bring this functionality to the general Eclipse community and make Qt a first class citizen with the Eclipse IDE. As a result, over the next number of months, we'll be contributing our Qt support up to the Eclipse projects that we have built this with.
This talk will go over the changes we made, especially the improvements to the CDT and JSDT projects. And we want to show why Qt developers should care about Eclipse again and how it's rich ecosystem offers functionality unmatched by other IDEs.