U++ 511beta available

Discussion in 'C++' started by Mirek Fidler, Nov 1, 2005.

  1. Mirek Fidler

    Mirek Fidler Guest

    Ultimate++ is free C++ cross-platform development suit including GUI/SQL
    libraries and advanced integrated development environment. Windows
    version comes bundled with mingw compiler to form the complete environment.

    Beta of new release is available at:

    http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=93970

    Ultimate++ Release 511 Highlights

    Packages

    * New XML support in Core
    * Linux/AMD64 is now supported
    * X11 fixes improve stability with less common window
    managers, input method problem fixed as well
    * New kind of callbacks - pteback - to avoid dangling
    callback situation problem
    * Sqlite was added as source-based plugin together
    with U++ adapter
    * A lot of new documentation


    TheIDE

    * File tabs are redesigned
    * Source editor has now scripting language
    * "Calculator" console
    * Layout of IDE now redesigned, bottom pane now contains
    browser/console/debugger/calculator switched by tabs
    * ASSIST++:
    - Improved C++ code analysis now able to resolve
    class hierarchy issues, code browser now displays
    base classes, methods, virtual methods, overrides
    etc...
    - New assist function now suggests list of methods and
    attributes after typing '->' or '.' or after Ctrl+Space.
    - Navigate in the file and Navigate functions simplify
    moving to symbol with specified name
    - Copy definition/declaration is able to convert method
    declaration (inside class declaration) to definition
    and back (works with more than one method as well)
    - Goto definition/declaration moves between definitions
    and declarations of current method

    Distribution

    * U++/Win now ships with SDL library and contains nice
    SDLExample as well as SDL project templates
    Mirek Fidler, Nov 1, 2005
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