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Edyuk

   1.0.1  

KDE Development Environment

Score 74%
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Link:  http://edyuk.org
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  2653
Submitted:  Dec 30 2006
Updated:  Aug 28 2008

Description:

Edyuk is fully-featured, highly flexible and open source IDE. It offers many features :

* A powerful editing framework with syntax highlighting, code folding, text indenting, parenthesis matching, all this being done thanks to generic XML definitions
* A project manager that handles all complexities of qmake project format (including subdirs, file inclusion, and so on...)
* Compilation engine for both project and single files
* Graphical debugging with GDB
* Qt Assistant integration
* Qt Designer integration
* Class browsing
* Code completion
* Dedicated widget for .qrc file editing
* Dynamic shortcuts management
* Run-time translation
* Plugin-oritented architecture for high flexibility
* Perspective based GUI and dynamic menus
* and a lot more...

Note : Edyuk needs on Qt 4.3 or higher installed.




Changelog:

1.0.1 :
* more bugfixes
* more polishing

1.0.0 :
* bugfixes
* lots of polishing
* revamped plugins management
* much improved debuging
* better Qt 4.4 compatibility (Assistant integration used to be broken for instance)

1.0.0-rc2:
* an assortment of bug fixes
* debuging is back!
* much improved code completion
* project management : added drag and drop and inline editing and a detailed view mode
* assistant integration : added inline search panel
* much improved code browsing
* a couple of speed improvements
* more configuration options
* added a proper windows installer


1.0.0-pre1 :
* fixed tons of bugs
* many usability improvments
* brand new plugin system
* way better configuration facilities
* improved class browsing and code completion
* improved speed (app loading, project loading, ...)
* much better designer integration
* improved usability
* added column selection and column edit to QCodeEdit 2
* and more...

Note : some features have been disabled (e.g. debuging) and some lack completeness for the purpose of this release is to ensure stability and usability. They shall come back in time that is in 1.0.0 final ;)

1.0.0-beta3 :
* added XML, Python, C# and PHP grammars
* fully rewritten text editing layer.
* QCodeEdit 2 no longer relies on QTextDocument, yet it still handles bidi, thus it reduces the memory consumption noticeably and increase the speed, especially concerning loading and highlighting, which is still done generically by the way but with a brand new XML spec
* fully rewritten completion data backend (not the parsers...) which brings both lower memory consumption and much faster loading (down to 2 seconds instead of 10...)
* hundreds of bug fixes in many places




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 Hmm... binaries

 
 by dulesmc on: Aug 29 2007
 
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Has anyone in this god damn' Linux world heard for static builds?

I need IDE to make my life easier, not to die trying to compile it.

Plz do a static build for Linux,

I'll host it on my site, if that's the problem.

This compiling really burns my cannoli :) ...


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 Re: Hmm... binaries

 
 by fullmetalcoder on: Aug 31 2007
 
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The real problem behind binaries is that it needs someone with a static build of Qt 4... And that's not necessarily a good idea anyway because system libs used by Qt may vary from distro to distro, even in some minor way, and thus potentially cause API breaks...

I myself don't have a static build and my current distro refuses to let me build Qt by hand anyway (i.e. it provides Qt shared bins but every time I try to compile Qt from sources I end up with dozens of errors...)

If someday we find a guy willing to maintain linux bins (and that's true for mac & win bins as well) we'll welcome him and made these available through Sf.net dl servers (and also here ;))

regards

fullmetalcoder


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 Some feedback

 
 by vieraci on: Sep 23 2007
 
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I downloaded edyuk 1.0.0-beta and installed using the install script provided on Debian Etch with Qt4.3 installed, all good.

I then copied my source files of project I'm working on with KDevelop to a new directory, double-clicked on the .pro file and edyuk started.

I found I had to close the project file and re-open it with edyut to enable the project menu options.

After this, I selected Project Options.

General tab:
I set the project name, pressed Tab.
I noticed tabbing order hasn't been set, then I noticed the optimizations.

No Optimization
optimized for speed
optimized for speed

that's 2 optimized for speed ??
I selected Template (app) and clicked on the QtSql checkbox.

Next, I went to the Compilation tab, and went to enter the build target name. As soon as I pressed a key, edyuk crashed. No error message.

I've been to your homepage, registered as a user but couldn't find where to give feedback, so here it is. Id like to beta test and also help in development. How ??


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 Re: Some feedback

 
 by fullmetalcoder on: Nov 11 2007
 
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Thanks for your feedback. The project options dialog is known to have some problems and is thus being redesigned...

I'm afraid my knowledge of web development doesn't allow me to improve the site much (I'm using Joomla CMS) so I really don't know how I could improve the contact facilities for registered users...
However, my e-mail address, and the mailing list should be mentioned in the README so you should have been able to reach me anyway.

As for beta testing it's really simple. Just grab the content of the SVN trunk (you'll need subversion installed for this ) :
svn co http://edyuk.svn.sf.net/svnroot/edyuk/trunk/ edyuk

If you're interested in helping the development you're welcome! Send diffs/patches to the mailing list (edyuk-devel _AT_ lists _DOT_ sf _DOT_ net) and they'll be merged as soon as possible, unless they introduces new bugs/regressions... Then, if your contribution becomes too much for us to merge by hand you'll be granted SVN write access.

regards


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