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X-develop

X-develop is a multi-language, cross-platform IDE from Omnicore. X-develop targets the .NET platform, the Mono platform, and the Java platform. It offers advanced code analysis, project-wide on-the-fly error checking, refactoring, smart editing, fast code navigation capabilities, seamless version control system integration, and other productivity-boosting features for C#, Java, JavaServer Pages, J#, and Visual Basic.NET.

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Recent releases

  •  20 Dec 2005 15:05

    Release Notes: X-develop now supports debugging with Mono 1.1.12 on Linux x86.

    •  16 Dec 2005 15:48

      Release Notes: This release contains many C#, VB.net, and Mono compatibility fixes.

      •  04 Aug 2005 12:09

        Release Notes: This version introduces a GUI builder for C# and Java and the Windows Forms 1.1, 2.0, GTK#, AWT, and Swing toolkits. Support for unit testing with NUnit and JUnit has also been implemented. The code editor now supports code folding.

        •  23 May 2005 14:52

          Release Notes: This release fixes a few bugs in the C# 2.0 language support.

          •  11 May 2005 15:46

            Release Notes: Support for Mac OS X was added.

            Recent comments

            31 Aug 2006 10:47 aquila_deus

            Great IDE for .NET!
            I used the 2.0 preview to complete a small mvc framework and online forum. Except for unicode/chinese problem, the IDE is nearly perfect. Much better than the toy VS.NET 2005.

            The subversion integration needs some improvements though - official svn client is just unusable with HTTPS (freeze for minutes during connection), it'd be better to be replaced by jsvn.

            11 Jan 2005 04:21 hkratz

            Re: knew that had to be a commercial license


            > .. as soon as I saw the description.

            > Just had to check. smart editing, fast

            > code navigation .. so it has cut and

            > paste, and scrollbars ... LOL

            Smart editing means autocompletion, refactoring (e.g. rename variable/field/class and all references to it), quick fixes (e.g. create a method definition if no matching method is found), etc.

            Fast code navigation means that you can for example jump to any method or class in the project by typing the name of the method or class.

            -- Hans

            11 Jan 2005 04:12 stainsby

            knew that had to be a commercial license
            .. as soon as I saw the description. Just had to check. smart editing, fast code navigation .. so it has cut and paste, and scrollbars ... LOL

            30 Dec 2004 02:27 davideconsonni

            no opensource ?!
            is planned a gpl version of this ide ?

            with this license the community can improve this tool.

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