I haven't used Anjuta myself, but it sure does look good. Anjuta home:
Note, sometime ago there was talk about offering Vala support in Anjuta, but I don't know the current status on that.
Comments:Posted on 29 Sep 2009, 21:41 by technosaurus
man page fix
I hacked together a fix for the man pages using google's "I'm Feeling Lucky" method and adding the word "man" to the search with site=linux.die.net.... just change the man script to this:
Posted on 31 Sep 2009, 2:20 by Iguleder
Something you should see
It has nothing to do with Anjuta, but still...
Barry, you should see this:
I'm currently rebuilding my Woof-built Puppy with these fixes.
Posted on 31 Sep 2009, 3:40 by pstef
Something you should see, fixes, bugs etc.
Don't you guys have any bug/issue tracker?
Posted on 1 Oct 2009, 8:08 by BarryK
You need to know the history on this. Puppy development is a "free for all", something to do with chaos theory.
Development is on multiple fronts.
Some people have looked into bug trackers, and perhaps sometime in the future a bug tracker may become a central point for reporting bugs. Probably after I have retired from the project.
Posted on 1 Oct 2009, 8:14 by BarryK
Great, that will be in 4.3.1!
Posted on 1 Oct 2009, 14:06 by technosaurus
I made a couple small patches to petget to use xz compressed packages (.pxt)
(needs xz and updated tar)here is a pet
and a <7mb wine-1.1.30 test package to test(15MB as a pet)
I don't know why pxt won't work as a mime type - to get it to install by clicking it had to be "octet stream"
it takes longer to make a pxt but they install really fast