One of the major design goals of VisualGDB is to help our users easily navigate large C/C++ code bases. This is possible due to our heavily optimized Clang-based IntelliSense engine, that can replace the regular VC++ IntelliSense for VisualGDB projects. It uses multiple threads to fully analyze the entire codebase and build a detailed map of your classes, functions, methods, and relations between them. This has enabled features like CodeJumps and integration with Visual Studio’s Code Map.
VisualGDB 5.6 introduces another feature that will save you time dealing with large projects: Code Explorer. And in this post I will give you a tour of its main highlights. Continue reading Introducing Code Explorer