Is it possible to remote programming With C++ programs?

There is a project written in C++ under windows. I myself use a purely Unix systems.
Installed VirtualBox. I Put Windows. Set up the working environment for VMS.
The question is: "Can I on the host machine to write to autopopulate, to remotely collect and execute code on a virtual machine?".
At the moment we have to work in a production environment virtual machine, which leads to many disadvantages: disgusting windows fonts and antialiasing, the endless switching from VM to Host, etc.

Thanks in advance!
July 2nd 19 at 13:22
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July 2nd 19 at 13:24
Configure the Windows build system, such as Jenkins put it, configure it to automatically build and run the product on every commit in git (or even a specific git branch), and work in *nix.

When you commit, trigger Jenkins will all start and run, to the point that you will only read the logs. Depends on your application.
And how you can do code completion on the host machine? After all, the libs and the implementation are tied to the Windows API, so not all methods and functions are "visible" to the environment. - Milford_Homenick54 commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:27
If you write it under Windows, not cross platform QT, then autocompletion will not tell ;( - Jeff28 commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:30
: Write just on the Qt, but in this project there are 2 windows only libraries still ported to unix but failed, are highly dependent on Win Api. - Milford_Homenick54 commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:33

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