Motor is a text mode based programming environment for Linux. It consists of a powerful editor with syntax highlight feature, project manager, makefile generator, gcc and gdb front-end, etc. Deep CVS integration is also provided. You can organize your project files (sources, headers, libraries), edit, compile and debug your programs without need to leave the IDE and run any other programs, automatically check in/out updated project files from/to your CVS repositories and import projects into them. Also it can generate distribution packages (tar,gz and RPM) of projects.
released on 12 February 2005
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