[Anjuta-announce] [Fwd: [Anjuta-list] Announcing Anjuta 0.1.8]

--- Begin Message --- Announcing the latest stable release of Anjuta, 0.1.8. This release is the first of the 0.1.x series since the announcement of the merger of the Anjuta and gIDE
projects, and demonstrates that whilst the next-generation tools
(Anjuta DevStudio) are being developed, the existing IDE is still being
maintained and enhanced.

The Anjuta website can be found at: http://anjuta.sourceforge.net

What is Anjuta?

Anjuta is a versatile Integrated Development Environment (IDE), primarily intended for C/C++. It has been written for GTK+/GNOME, and features a number of advanced programming facilities, such as project management, application wizards, an interactive debugger and a powerful source code editor, with
source browsing and syntax highlighting.

What is new / changed in this release?

* integration of new TagManager library - improved autocompletion and
      calltips functionality,
    * multiple file drag-and-drop,
    * ability to save build message output,
    * DOS file (CR/LF) handling,
* many new translations - 17 languages now fully or partially supported, * notebook tabs notify when file has been changed and can be scrolled for
* improvements to interactive debugger and communication with gdb,
    * improved find functionality,
    * ... plus the usual bug fixes and minor feature additions.


    * standard GNU development tools,
    * autoconf/automake.
    * libxml,
    * scrollkeeper,

Optional tools

* gnome-help-browser (or Nautilus), to display the included documentation,
    * gdb, for debugging sessions,
    * grep, for research in files,
    * ctags, in order to have class browsing,
    * indent, for automatic source code indenting,
    * DevHelp, used for context sensitive API browser support


* http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/anjuta/anjuta-0.1.8.tar.gz * http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/anjuta/anjuta-0.1.8-2.src.rpm * http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/anjuta/anjuta-0.1.8-2.i386.rpm
    * http://people.debian.org/~robster/anjuta_0.1.8-1_i386.deb
(soon on the Debian mirrors - thanks to Rob Bradford for his hard work!)


Although most of the development effort is going into the new version of Anjuta, we'd really like to continue to hear your comments on the 0.1.x series - remember that forums, mailing lists, bug reporting and feature request facilities may be found at the Anjuta project page: http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/anjuta

Andy Piper - andy piper freeuk com
Maintainer for the Anjuta Project

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