[Feature Request/Suggestion] Support managing build configuration
Builder is an awesome IDE and I'm growing into it more and more (now using it for C/C++ projects and toying with the Rust support now), however one field it lacks is configuring the build systems. Configuration has to be done manually, and coming from other IDEs (MSVS not to name it, or even Code::Blocks) it can be daunting to do the seemingly simple task of "how to I make this new file I created compile in the project?" rather cumbersome.
From a UI standpoint, I think this would require doing away with the folder tree view and replace it with a build-target-first tree view (at least when the Builder plugin explicitly supports managing configuration and has a build-target workflow). This way, the user could add source files directly to the build target, specifying in a second step (or in a second field of the add file popup) where in the filesystem the file should reside. Another option would be to a dropdown on the add file popup where the user can optionally add the file to a build target.
More experienced users could be able to disable the feature, and find their trusty file view and manual configuration back.
Doing something like this would, I believe, lower the bar to entry for new users.