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Does C++ Builder have code completion?

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It's been a few years since I last did something with C++ Builder.

 

I just freshly installed 10.4. I created a new project from scratch. It compiles on Win32 and Win64, but there is no code completion, [Ctrl]+[Space] does nothing at all.

 

I see that

C++Builder and Platforms Support - Embarcadero Blogs - Developer Tools - IDERA Community

states Embarcadero strives to provide a "fully functional code completion". Does that mean that there is at least a partly functional code completion? If yes, how can I enable it?

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If you turn on the old compiler for the project it will work again.

 

Under 10.4.1 it works for the new compiler when you don't batch compile.

 

If your on subscription they now have Twin Compile GetIt plugin that with my testing works with code completion and super fast compile of big projects.

 

Amazing that they allow now that to be installed for Pro as well but need subscription to download that, well else buy it.

 

From 10.1.2 was the last edition Code Completion worked well, truly a poor effort by EMB on this.

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Thank you.

 

Crazy I just missed the right version. With 10.4.1 instead of 10.4 it would have worked. That's a shame, as I don't have enough hard disk space for yet another RAD Studio VM.

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34 minutes ago, David Millington said:

will be much better in 10.4.2 - lots of work going into it in this release

Good decision.

Nonworking LSP and all related stuff is the biggest time killer for me at the moment, I'm looking forward to a behaviour as smooth as VsCode.

 

Waiting for the day when Ctrl+Space, Ctrl+Enter, ErrorInside, debug variables, etc. works 100% reliable.

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