RE: [Anjuta-list] Like to be part of the team (been sitting on th e sidelines)
- From: "Green, Aaron" <JAGREEN GAPAC com>
- To: "'anjuta-list lists sourceforge net'" <anjuta-list lists sourceforge net>
- Subject: RE: [Anjuta-list] Like to be part of the team (been sitting on th e sidelines)
- Date: Wed Dec 19 15:06:03 2001
> On 2001.12.19 22:12 "Green, Aaron" wrote:
> > Hi, I'm not Chris, but I'd like to keep up with the development
> > of Anjuta2, what is the exact address of the gnome-devtools list?
> The place to go for all the next-generation goodness is http://www.gnome.org/projects/devtools/ - you can get on the mailing list from http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gnome-devtools
> > I'd also love to know why Anjuta keeps referring to Gnome,
> > when compatibility with KDE seems fine. Is there some tie-in
> > somewhere to Gnome, or maybe better stability if your in Gnome?
> Well, we definitely depend on the GNOME libs. We're aiming to be "the" IDE for the GNOME environment.
> Apart from that, it's great to know that Anjuta works in a KDE environment :-) it would be good to add support for KDE project types to the app wizard.
Ahh, well, I don't know if it works in a pure KDE environment, I have Gnome installed. I guess KDevelop is the only other IDE I hear about for Linux, but I've never liked it, and usually recommend Anjuta. Anyway, keep up the good work, looking forward to updates. Actually, probably like many people, I'm looking for Linux Visual C++ :)
> Andy Piper - Farnborough, Hampshire (UK)
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