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Monkey Studio

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Monkey Studio

Monkey Studio

Monkey Studio

Homepage:  http://monkeystudio.org
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  1571
Submitted:  Nov 23 2006
Updated:  Jan 11 2010


Monkey Studio is a Free crossplatform Qt© 4 IDE.

Same Development Environment on all Platforms
It's developped using the Qt library itself. So it should run on every platform that Qt© 4 supports. This way you can work on your progress on every platforms in the same IDE. Developing cross-platform software can be so easy!

Uses Qt Project Files
Monkey Studio uses Qt Project File (.pro) to manage the project. There are no extra files created. If you want to switch to other tools, the sources will not have any extra, IDE specific file cruft. Just the code you need.

And several other tools to ease coding:

* project creation wizard
* synthax highlighting
* code completion
* code snippet
* class browser
* output parsing
* Qt Assistant Integration
* Qt Designer Integration
* Files/Projects Templates
* gdb integration
* ability to manage files per platforms
* And many others you will discover yourself trying it !

Trying it is adopting it :D.

The current major version is 1.x.x. The team is working on the next V2 witch will add some new features like complete designer integration, class viewer, abstract debuger support as well as abstract compiler(s)!
This Project is the first and so the oldest one building an Integrated Development Environment for Qt© 4. Always copied, always concurrenced, but Monkey Studio is still there!

The project has been started by Azevedo Filipe aka Nox P@sNox. He developed it for his own needs and released the first version to the public around end of June 2005.

Some guys joined the project:
Yannick aka Xiantia works on the debugger Integration (gdb), Julian Fred aka anacr0x is working on the code completion (that need ctags for working), Mashin Evgeniy aka evgenM helps with code indentation and some other stuff, Fathi Boudra aka fabo create the debian packages and finally Merlin Paul aka Eskatos create the gentoo ebuilds.

Monkey Studio is released under the GNU GPL. Its based on Qt Libray 4.1.x for the 1.x.x series. The V2 will be a 4.2.x version only.
It has been tested on Windows XP/Windows 2000, Mandriva 2006, Suse 10, Gentoo and Ubuntu/Kubuntu Dapper, Mac OS X has been report to be working too.


Moved to http://qt-apps.org, http://qt-apps.org/content/show.php?action=content&content=55504

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 Moved on http://www.

 by pasnox on: Apr 3 2007
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As this is a KDE apps website, i have registered the project on the new Qt dedicated website : http://www.qt-apps.org

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 Re: Moved

 by pasnox on: Apr 3 2007
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Sorry i forgot the project link ;)


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 by pasnox on: Nov 29 2007
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A preview version of the upcoming Monkey Studio 2 is out !

Let's go trying it.


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 Second v2 Preview

 by pasnox on: Jan 14 2008
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Here is it ! the second preview version of Monkey Studio 2.

The new features of this version are :
* A new template system which give users the ability to create their own templates by reading the format documentation on our wiki.
* Better management of qmake.
* A new workspace, bye bye tabs.
* A new menu "Window" to change the view ( sdi/mdi/top level ).
* A better parsing of consoles output ( like compilation errors )
* A simple click on a warning/error allow to open the corresponding file.
* Change in the file browser plugin : you can change the view ( root item ) to have a tree-view clutter less.
* A new component "MonkeyCore" giving the ability to 3rdparty plugin to easily use the main objects of the application ( menubar, mainwidow, settings, and so ).
* Better management of resources' path ( templates, translations, plugins ).
* On the first load, "monkey" find and configure itself default path in the settings to permit the execution of the programme just after it has been compiled.
* The Desktop Tools of Mac OS are now supported.

As you have just read, there is a lot to discover and feel free to tell us what you think.
Either on the forums, one the irc channel or on the mailing-list (to subscribe see homepage).

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 by pasnox on: Jan 2 2010
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Version has been released, see http://monkeystudio.org/node/78

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