Ubuntu Make

Ubuntu Make 15.08 with Scala support and a visual studio code hot fix community story

Here is a little bit of the start of my day: As usual, I open the Ubuntu Make large test suite running continuously against trunk and latest release package. I saw that since yesterday 7PM CEST Visual Studio Code page changed its syntax and is not downloadable anymore by Ubuntu Make. Jumping on the github's project page, I saw a couple of bugs opened about it, and as well a pull request to fix this from a new contributor, Vartan Simonian!

Ubuntu Make 0.9.2 hot from the builders, with Firefox Developer Edition language support

Ubuntu Make 0.9.2 has just been released and features language support in our Firefox Developer Edition installation! Thanks to our new awesome community contributor Omer Sheikh, Ubuntu Make now enables developers to install Firefox Developer Edition in their language of choice! This is all backed with our mandatory medium and large extensive testsuites. Big thanks to him for getting that through! The installation process will ask you (listing all available languages) what is your preference for that framework:

Arduino support and various fixes in Ubuntu Make 0.9

A warm summer has started in some part of the world and holidays: beach and enjoying various refreshements! However, the unstoppable Ubuntu Make team wasn't on a pause and we continued making improvements thanks to the vibrant community around it! What's new in this release? First Arduino support has been added with the vast majority of work done by Tin Tvrtković. Thanks to him for this excellent work! To be able to install arduino IDE, just run:

Ubuntu Make 0.7 released with Visual Studio Code support

If you followed recent news, yesterday Microsoft announced Visual Studio Code support on stage during their Build conference. One of the nice surprise was that this new IDE, focused on web and cloud platforms, is available on Mac OS X and of course, on Linux! Some screenshots were presented at the conference with Visual Studio Code running on Ubuntu in an Unity Session. This sounded like a nice opportunity for Ubuntu Make to shine again, and we just added this new support!

Ubuntu Make community releases 0.6 with 5 new supported platforms

What always inspires me in my work is that community participation is at heart of what we are doing, and that’s what help us waking up everyday. Anybody can dive and fix small typos, bugs, or even bring big features to the table! This is exactly what happened with this new Ubuntu Make 0.6 release, entirely backed by community participation! In addition to zsh support, you will find 5 new jetbrains IDE supported into the “ide” Ubuntu Make category, which are: RubyMine, PyCharm educational edition, PyCharm professional, WebStorm and PhpStorm!

Ubuntu Make 0.5 adds four new platforms

Hot from the builders, we just cut a big release of Ubuntu Make 0.5 bringing fresh new support to a bunch of IDEs and programming languages! Web developers will see great enhancements in this release, but other developers are not left out! We welcome first a new “web” category which is hosting Dart support now! Dartlang fans would be able to get the editor and sdk installed, registered in the OS and added to the launcher in a simple command!

Bringing appmenu support for java application and Ubuntu Make 0.4.1 with an Intellij IDEA fix

Today we released Ubuntu Make 0.4.1 which validates the application menu support for some java application using swing (like Intellij, Android Studio…) and fixes Intellij IDEA support. Vertical screen estate is particularly valuable for developers, to maximize the place where you can visualize your code and not bother too much about the shell itself. Also, in complex menu structure, it can be hard to find the relevant items. Unity introduced a while back (2010!

Ubuntu Make 0.4 starts the new year adding Go support

Ubuntu Make 0.4 has just been released and brings Go support and a new game category! To hack using Go under Ubuntu, just open a terminal and type: umake go and here we "go"! This will enable developers to always install the latest Google golang version and setting up some needed environment variables for you. We also starts thinking about game developers. Putting the code where our mouth is, we are pleased to inaugurate a new "

Ubuntu Make 0.3 brings Intellij IDEA and Pycharm support

Thanks to the continuous awesome work of Tin Tvrtković, we can now cut out a new 0.3 of Ubuntu Make (ex Ubuntu Developer Tools Center). This one features 2 new great IDEs (under the ide category): Intellij IDEA and Pycharm, in their respective community editions. We want to thank as well the JetBrains team to have kindly provided checksums for their downloading assets so that Ubuntu Make can check the download integrity.