Is there any IDE that use clang not only as a compiler but also as a tool for auto-complete, syntax highlighting, static analysis? The fact that it is very inconvenient to write using the same variadic templates without prompter, and clang, as I understand it, should work properly with all code it can compile.
I tried to collect QtCreator from branch wip/clang which uses clang, but the result was no different from the usual 2.5, which does not recognize neither templates nor custom literals.
The purpose of the question is basically not obtaining an IDE that understands and highlights everything right, and IDE based on clang in this case. Really want to get acquainted with this beast.UPD1:
Operating system Linux or Windows. UPD2:
Partially solves the problem of CodeLite
. It can use clang for analysis, but for some reason is not able it as the compiler. Now trying to deal with it, but the view is twofold: podskazok can do everything, but slowly and somehow not convenient.UPD3:
CodeLite can use clang as the compiler, thinking that g++. Just changed the settings of the compiler g++ to clang and it worked. In any case, this isn't a great IDE. The most interesting thing will be to learn about the successful experience of the building QtCreator.