LinCE is a programming environment that is simple, pluggable, multiplatform, and multilanguage. LinCE allows you to create and load Ant projects, compile them, and browse errors line by line. It also allows you to execute PMD on Java projects. PMD is a tool that statically checks Java code, looking for potential problems. LinCE generates configuration GUIs from configuration Java objects. It has Apache Ant scripts for plugin development. LinCE provides technical documentation in Spanish.
Cobras is a programming environment for Qt, and is written in Qt itself. It has an integrated debugger (as a front-end for GDB), and is very functional and helpful. It is fast and easy to use. It consists of one binary file (plus an icon for the desktop). It does not create its own files when working with a project, but uses only the original '.pro' file.
Pieces of Flare is an Eclipse Plugin which allows (J2EE) developers to synchronize source directories within their project to deployment directories on the AppServer. This plugin is written to allow automatic deployment of JSP files whenever they are saved, but it can be used for any file type.
DB Visual Architect for Eclipse (DBVA-EC) is a full-featured Object Relational Mapping (ORM) plugin for Eclipse that provides round-trip code engineering support with Java. The tool acts as a bridge between object model, data model, and relational model by automating the mapping between relational rows in a database and object models which can be manipulated by a Java program.
DB Visual Architect (DBVA) is a powerful tool that provides support for Object Relational Mapping (ORM) and Entity Relationship Diagrams (ERD), which assist with realizing UML designs as relational database implementations. By drawing a class diagram for the system, you can generate the required database tables and persistent source code for database manipulation. It can also be used with existing software.
The goal of this project is to extend an existing open source IDE (KDevelop) with support for compiling, debugging, and executing of parallel MPI programs. Supported MPI implementations are LAM, MPICH, and MVAPICH. The current plugin version runs under Linux on KDE 3.3 with KDevelop 3.1.1. The integration of gdb in KDevelop as an MPI debugger is in progress.