Modular development environment
EDMA is a development environment that combines ideas from both object-oriented programming and component-based systems. It is used to build modular, evolving applications as well as reusable components.
EDMA provides a convenient means to build object-oriented programs in C without requiring C++. Also, it has a unique component system, unlike other free software component-based systems which imitate the design of proprietary counterparts. It includes a graphical wizard, gidfwizard, a tool for building GNU EDMA Interface definition files and to create skeleton files necessary to build EDMA classes, and a graphical class browser, gecb.
Its name stands for Entorno de Desarrollo Modular y Abierto, meaning the Modular and Open Development Environment.
This is a GNU package:
released on 15 March 2013
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Leaders and contributors
|David Martinez Oliviera||Maintainer|
|Laura Rodrigues Gonzalez||Contributor|
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 20 February 2018.
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