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Gtk Development Environment

GTK Development Environment (GDE) acts as a framework when you are programming. It is not an integrated development environment, but more a tool to manage programming projects. It keeps the user from switching between terminals and editor windows, with a project explorer. Making and running a project can be done with function keys, with commands the user defines.


Recent releases

  •  05 Dec 2000 21:15

    Release Notes: Lots of bugfixes (especially for the check dates option), and some small interface enhancements and updates.

    •  29 Nov 2000 22:47

      Release Notes: New abilities to add multiple files to a project at once, kill the current running command, and drag files from the project explorer to an editor, and many other (visual) improvements and bugfixes.

      •  14 Nov 2000 00:06

        Release Notes: This release adds lots of badly needed bugfixes, a new preferences window to customize general options, a recent project list, wheelmice optimizations, and support for BSD systems.

        •  23 Oct 2000 20:47

          Release Notes: Multithreaded commands so that GDE doesn't freeze after running a command anymore, an improved messages window, and a lot of minor fixes.

          •  16 Oct 2000 00:06

            Release Notes: Initial announcement.


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