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Comment: Re:Eclipse, Xcode or any IDE (Score 1) 233

by Noughmad (#48992107) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: What Tools To Clean Up a Large C/C++ Project?

I haven't used the others much, but here I must recommend KDevelop for its code browsing capabilities. I have worked on several big C++ projects (mostly small changes, not full-on refactoring), and it really helps you get into the code quickly. It doesn't have much in the way of refactoring tools that I would know of, but it's _great_ for looking at code.

Comment: That doesn't sound bad (Score 1) 430

by Noughmad (#48933101) Attached to: FCC Officially Approves Change In the Definition of Broadband

So, if I get this right, 80% of the US Americans have at least 25MB/s download. This is not really that bad, I have a fiber connection but only subscribe to 20/20 (for 30eur/month) because it's good enough for pretty much anything. From the complaints I hear on Slashot I thought only Google offered more than something like 5MB/s.

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