Re: Need input from the community for anjuta (was Re: Proposed module: anjuta)

As I ever ported anjuta to Solaris platform, I'd like to say something

1. Anjuta is really helpful and attractive to new developers for Gtk
2. It does have glade and devhelp built-in.
3. For users who are used to use IDE, anjuta is first choice under GNOME
environment. Although we have SunStudio, eclipse, etc.   

On Mon, 2008-01-07 at 00:57 +0100, Cosimo Cecchi wrote:
> Il giorno dom, 06/01/2008 alle 23.47 +0100, Vincent Untz ha scritto:
> > If you use anjuta, speak up. If you have tried anjuta, speak up. If the
> > name anjuta makes you feel something, speak up. If you want to be the
> > next big movie star, speak up. Now.
> Hi, as a new contributor to the GNOME project, I must say that I'm all
> for the inclusion of Anjuta into the platform, as that, together with
> Devhelp, are the tools that made easier for me to start writing patches
> and code.
> I used Anjuta for quite a long time now and I've seen many progress in
> its development. I'm not following SVN, but I'm using the "unstable"
> releases and I've rarely seen a crash or strange behaviour. Devhelp and
> Glade integration are already there and work great, and I recently read
> [1] that new features are coming in too.
> What I miss is a better autocompletion support when using GtkSourceView,
> which has some minor flaws, and support for git and "modern" VCS other
> than CVS and SVN.
> So, all in all it's a big +1 for me.
> [1] -
> Regards,
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