Code editor for GNOME
DiaSCE is a C/C++ code editor for GNOME. It pretends to be a complement to Glade, so it doesn't include an environment for GUI development. It has neither a debugger or other kind of tool to help debugging. The idea is for it to be a light code editor that doesn't need too many resources, and makes use of external tools (gcc, glade, ddd, etc.) for some tasks. This project was formerly known as 'david.'
DocumentationUser manual included
- IRC development channel
released on 12 September 2003
|License||Verified by||Verified on||Notes|
|License:GPLv2orlater||Janet Casey||12 August 2002|
Leaders and contributors
|Unai Astorquiza San Nicolás||Maintainer|
|Ander Lozano Pérez||Maintainer|
Resources and communication
|Required to use||exuberant-ctags|
|Required to use||Xfree86|
|Weak prerequisite||lpr (to print)|
|Required to use||GNOME|
|Required to use||GTK (development libraries and headers for all of these)|
|Weak prerequisite||which (for faster detection of programs)|
|Required to use||XML|
|Required to use||automake|
|Weak prerequisite||grep (to search in multiple files)|
|Weak prerequisite||gdb *or* DDD (for debugging)|
|Required to use||autoconf|
|Weak prerequisite||(memprof) (for memory leak detection)|
|Weak prerequisite||Glade (for GUI development)|
|Required to use||find|
|Required to use||glibc|
|Weak prerequisite||Electric fence (for malloc() debugging)|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 22 February 2017.
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