It only shows VS for a source code editor
In Editor Preferences - General - Source Code - Accessor - Source Code Editor, I only have the option to chose VS altough I have plenty of other editors. I'd like to use another one, how can I do it? Do the editor have to be installed within Unreal? I dont get it. Id like solutions that do not implicate VS.
asked Jul 23 '15 at 06:08 PM in C++ Programming
That list is populated by the classes that derive from
We do have implementations for other editors, such as Code::Blocks and KDevelop, but those are currently only available on Linux.
What editor are you looking to use? If it's not one we support, you could make your own plugin and implement the
answered Jul 23 '15 at 09:42 PM
Jamie Dale STAFF
See the Linux C++ projects and IDE's for configuration, more information, and plugins for several editors:
answered Nov 10 '15 at 12:44 AM
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