I'm still learning C++, but I know already some stuff. I used to use Visual Studio, but after I switched to Debian, I was working with Code Blocks.
Recently I heard about using VIM as IDE and started using it. Problem that appeared is autocompletion is not working. I don't know why, but recently C-P/C-N stopped working - it does completion only if a particular word is already in the code or in the code of another tab; so every time I start I have to type every first include/cout/class etc. without autocompletion.
I've tried to use YouCompleteMe, but unfortunately:
YouCompleteMe unavailable: requires Vim 7.3.584+.
I'm using Debian Wheezy (stable with backports) and it doesn't have vim 7.4 in the repos. I tried to add the repo from Jessie and - using low pinn - tried to install vim 7.4, but it wanted to remove a lot of packages (like g++ and many others), so I gave up this idea.
I'm not very good on Debian, I'm using it for like ~1.5 year, but more like work-machine, not something I need to learn everything about it, so I need some help in:
- Installing vim 7.4 on Debian without removing half of the system or,
- Make YouCompleteMe work or,
- Make autocompletion in vim work (especially for C++)