Github has announced Atom IDE, an add-on that transforms the Atom text editor into a full IDE using language servers to provide syntactical analysis of code.
Changes in Brackets 1.9 include:
A complete changelog is available HERE.
And the second issue is that the official Brackets Debian / Ubuntu debs depend on libgcrypt11, which is not available in Ubuntu versions newer than 14.10.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/brackets
sudo apt update
sudo apt install brackets
Alternatively, download the WebUpd8 Brackets PPA debs from HERE.
Fedora users can install Brackets by using an unofficial copr repository (not yet updated to version 1.9 at the time I’m posting this article).
Arch Linux users can install Brackets from AUR (not yet updated to version 1.9 at the time I’m posting this article).
A complete changelog can be found HERE.
umake ide eclipse-jee
For IntelliJ IDEA EAP, use:
umake ide idea --eap
To install the Kotlin language compiler, use:
umake kotlin kotlin-lang
umake ide eclipse-jee --remove
To see all Ubuntu Make can do, type:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-desktop/ubuntu-make
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install ubuntu-make
If you want to help with the Ubuntu Make development, report bugs, etc., check out its GitHub page.
Changes in Ubuntu Developer Tools Center 0.1:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:didrocks/ubuntu-developer-tools-center
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install ubuntu-developer-tools-center
udtc ide eclipse
For Android ADT support (through Eclipse), use the following command:
udtc android eclipse-adt
udtc ide eclipse --remove
If you want to help with the Ubuntu Developer Tools Center development, report bugs, etc., check out its GitHub page.
|LiteIDE under Ubuntu 14.04 (Unity)|
George says he initially created this script to help a kid who wanted to start learning Go to set up everything that was needed. However, the script got a few extra features since then and it can also be used by advanced users who should appreciate the easy and fast golang environment setup.
gsettings set org.gnome.nautilus.preferences executable-text-activation ask
For Nemo, use:
gsettings set org.nemo.preferences executable-text-activation ask
Note: to update the golang compiler, LiteIDE, etc., simply run the script again.