Other IDE and compilers support
Is there planned to make possible to use other (more comfortable than Visual Studio) IDEs and compilers? Such as QtCreator and MinGW, for example. I don't like Visual Studio and don't want to install it. And (as far as I know) GCC/MinGW have better C++11 support. QtCreator is free and open-source. I use Linux (Kubuntu) as main OS, and Windows is my secondary OS. I will be very thankful and happy if I it will be possible to use editor under Linux (without rebooting) or, at least, use IDE to which I am accustomed.
And (sorry for long and complex question) have you any information about possibility to use UE4 at Linux under Wine? Currently I am don't have time to check this.
asked Mar 25 '14 at 06:26 AM in C++ Programming
We of course support a range of compilers, although mostly on other platforms than Windows (there is an experimental support for compiling for Windows with clang, though). As for other IDEs, we are going to support generating CMake projects from UBT, thus you will have a lot of options.
answered Mar 25 '14 at 12:39 PM
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