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Its 1280x1024 big and shows a debug window and anjuta (of course) with a c-file opened. - Bart Friederichs - 8 September 2001 


Anjuta v0.1.7 -- Release News -- August:22:2001

Anjuta 0.1.7 has been released. This is a new stable release, hot on the heels of 0.1.6, which basically fixes a couple of nasty bugs which crept in last time - including the problem with the project / application wizards not working properly.

Please try out the new release, it should greatly improve your user experience if you encountered problems with 0.1.6. Thanks again to everyone who helped by reporting problems and testing the fixes!

The Anjuta development team

Anjuta is a very versatile Integrated development environment for c and c++ Gnu/Linux. Written in gtk/gnome and written for gtk/gnome, it features many advanced programming tools and utilities. Besides many other, it has project management, application wizards, onboard interactive debugger, and a powerful source editor with source browsing.

Anjuta is an effort to marry the flexibility and power of text based command line tools with the ease of graphical user interface of gnome. That's why I have, with all my might and the community, made it as much as 'user-friendly' interface as possible. Please have a look at the screenshot.

The source code and binary rpm of Anjuta can be downloaded from this site or from Sourceforge.Net.

All sorts of news regarding Anjuta, including announcement of new releases, will be available in the News section. The latest news will also be announced at the project site.

You can visit the Anjuta project site at

Any sort of suggestions or patches for Anjuta are also most welcome.

Remember, this program is a FREEWARE and not a shareware. Please read the copyright for details.

Download Lastes release:

Anjuta 0.1.7 RPM

Anjuta 0.1.7 SCR RPM

Anjuta 0.1.7 MDK.RPM (Mandrake Package)

Anjuta 0.1.7 MDK.SRPM (Mandrake Package)

Anjuta 0.1.7 Debian Package

Anjuta 0.1.7 TARBALL


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