I mean the features when you press "." or type "->". to get a list of the class/structure members. I tried CodeWarrior, but it didn't have this feature (and the color scheme was awful). I'm not interested only in IDEs for C++.
I know VB has this autocomplete, and maybe Delphi does too.
Posted on 2004-01-31 03:14:03 by Ultrano
Intellij IDEA has it too (it's for Java), it has the most advanced editor I've ever seen. Especially the refactoring options are fantastic. If you decide that you want to rename a variable/class/function/whatever, you can have it fix the code automatically, by correcting all uses of it in the entire project. I really miss that in VS.NET. I do use Visual Assist in VS.NET, which adds some extra smartness to the IntelliSense. Very nice.
Posted on 2004-01-31 04:41:20 by Henk-Jan

WinAsm Studio does this after pressing the first letter of any structure member


Posted on 2004-01-31 05:07:57 by akyprian
Well, almost any entry-level ide also does this. You can even find it in editors now.
Posted on 2004-01-31 12:05:52 by clippy
eclipse for java
eiffelstudio for eiffel

also do this.
Posted on 2004-01-31 18:44:48 by HeLLoWorld
RadASM does it to some extent as well
Posted on 2004-02-01 19:43:12 by x86asm