When using autocomplete for (virtual?) functions that have no arguments, the cursor should be places after the parentheses not in between.
but it gives
So you have to click <Cursor right> to be beyond the parentheses.
What is more important... it makes you think / distracts you:
"Aeeeh... what arguments should be in here... is there a version of this method with argument.... No... it's just QtCreator is not
Qt cute enough.... What was I about to do?"
For QString it seems to work for method 'clear()'.
Maybe it's because close() is a virtual method of QFile?
|For Gerrit Dashboard: QTCREATORBUG-21841|
|253989,2||Clang: Do not assume that one of the overloads always has parameters||4.8||qt-creator/qt-creator||Status: MERGED||+2||0|