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[http://anjuta.org/ '''Anjuta'''] is a free and open-source IDE that is part of the GNOME suite of core applications. It itself is written in C and has support for the C, C++, Java, JavaScript, Python and Vala programming language. Being a GNOME core application it is in the official repositories of Fedora.
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[http://anjuta.org/ '''Anjuta'''] is a free and open-source IDE that is part of the GNOME suite of core applications. It itself is written in C and has support for the C, C++, Java, JavaScript, Python and Vala programming language. Being a GNOME core application it is in the official repositories of Fedora. Anjuta is a fairly old IDE and comparatively little attention is given to it nowadays, compared to the other GNOME IDE, [[GNOME Builder]].  
  
 
== Installation ==
 
== Installation ==

Latest revision as of 12:31, 8 January 2017

Anjuta is a free and open-source IDE that is part of the GNOME suite of core applications. It itself is written in C and has support for the C, C++, Java, JavaScript, Python and Vala programming language. Being a GNOME core application it is in the official repositories of Fedora. Anjuta is a fairly old IDE and comparatively little attention is given to it nowadays, compared to the other GNOME IDE, GNOME Builder.

Installation

Its installation is very simple and involves running the command:

$ sudo dnf install anjuta

where $ denotes a user console, as opposed to a root console (which is denoted by #).