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Code Crusader 2.1.1 – Text Editor & UNIX Development Environment

Code Crusader is a UNIX development environment. It provides
a text editor, a C++ class browser, multi-file search and replace,
a project manager, and an interface to UNIX make and the UNIX help
system (man pages) that all cooperate to streamline the process of
developing code.

Code Crusader 2.1.2 is now available. makemake has been merged
into the main rpm distribution to reduce the confusion over what is
required.

A method has been developed to allow building multiple versions
of a program (e.g. debug and release) or library (e.g. static and
shared) from a single project. This is described at

http://www.its.caltech.edu/~jafl/jcc/multi_version.html

A completely general interface for building several different
programs or libraries from a single project is not provided because
this would complicate the user interface without providing any
significant savings. Shared code should be placed in libraries, and
Make.header can be a symbolic link if one wants several projects to
use the same settings.

Thanks to:

* Xuejun Cai for debugging the redraw problem on 64-bit
machines. * Marcelo Mourier for helping me smooth out kinks in the
build process on Solaris. * Dave Chang for offering to maintain the
official FreeBSD port.

The binary and source distributions can be downloaded from:

http://www.its.caltech.edu/~jafl/jcc/

For a really cool debugger, check out Code Medic at

http://www.its.caltech.edu/~glenn/medic/

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Description:

Code Crusader is a UNIX development environment. It provides
a text editor, a C++ class browser, multi-file search and replace,
a project manager, and an interface to UNIX make and the UNIX help
system (man pages) that all cooperate to streamline the process of
developing code.

More information about Code Crusader is available at:

http://www.its.caltech.edu/~jafl/jcc/

To subscribe to the mailing list, send email to:

[email protected]

and include “subscribe jcc” in the body of the message.

License:

Code Crusader is free. (Open Source)