Anjuta

Anjuta is an open-source IDE for the GNOME desktop environment, supporting multiple programming languages including C/C++, Java, JavaScript and Python. Anjuta comes with common development tools such as automake/autoconf-based project management, autogen-based project templates and customization, built-in source code editor, gdb integration for interactive debugging, version control, built-in GUI designer for GTK+/GNOME applications, context-dependent devhelp and API browser, etc. The integrated source code editor offers advanced code editing features such as syntax highlighting, auto-indentation, auto-formatting, code auto-completion, split views, code folding, etc. Anjuta can be extended via plugins which can do things like file browser, class auto-generation, class inheritance visualization, valgrind-based memory leak analysis and profiling.


  • Website: http://anjuta.org/
  • Platform: Linux
  • License: GNU GPL
  • Documentation: https://developer.gnome.org/anjuta-manual/stable/
  • Source repository: git
  • Community: mailing list bug tracker
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