Anjuta 3.2.0 released

Together with GNOME 3.2 we are proud to release a new stable version of anjuta that will be bug-fixed and maintained for the next 6 months.

This version probably doesn’t feel that it has so many shiny new features but that just makes it a lot more mature. Important changes include:

  • Enhanced project-manager that knows much more about autotools than you do
  • Many improvements in the vala plugin allowing better coding support and more stability
  • Support for auto-completion for Gtk.Builder objects in python

For the boring details check the NEWS file!

Get it from the GNOME ftp servers while it’s hot: anjuta-3.2.0.tar.xz



#1 Niklas on 10.13.11 at 2:45 pm

Hi! I don’t know where else to ask this so I’ll try here 🙂

Will you bring PHP, HTML and JavaScript support to the IDE so that you can have one really flexible IDE for many different projects? It would be awesome to have a fully native client instead of Netbeans which I use today.

#2 jhs on 10.13.11 at 3:42 pm

We have Javascript support (autocompletion, etc) and syntax-highlighting for html and php but it is unlikely that we will support php fully in the near future unless somebody steps up and implements it.

#3 Niklas on 10.14.11 at 1:34 pm

Ok, thank you for the reply! I hope that someone who got the know how will take this challenge 🙂 Thank you for your amazing work!