Anjuta IDE 3.9.4 Adds Application Menu

This is a development release that fixes bugs and updates translation

The development team of the Anjuta IDE (Integrated Development Environment) announced a couple of days ago, July 9, the immediate availability for download and testing of the fourth development release towards Anjuta 3.10.

Anjuta 3.9.4 adds application menu, fixes the Do Not Commit option in the Revert pane for the Git component, CSS are no longer used for help text styles in libanjuta/anjuta-entry, supports symbols in more programming languages in the language-manager, and it requires the Glib 2.34 library, or higher, for g_spawn_check_exit_status.

Moreover, Anjuta 3.9.4 loads big projects faster, and the project load priority has been slowed to avoid blocking the graphical user interface (GUI). The data target is no longer distributed by default in Automake, and a function has been added in the interface for easily removing a file from a project.

Some critical warnings have been removed from language-support-python, GApplication will be registered with a different name if a profile is used, and the loaded plugins are still used even if they are marked as disabled.

Also, a marker comment is now used to get class and macro name, unused editor_settings was removed from the indentation-python-style, language-support-python, parser-cxx and language-support-cpp-java components.

Last but not least, some entries were updated in the Anjuta Reference Manual, the monospace font has been set as the default font, and the following translations have been updated: Thai, Lithuanian and German.

Anjuta IDE 3.9.4 will be available for testing as part of the upcoming GNOME 3.9.4 desktop environment, which should see the light of day at the beginning of the next week. For more details about this development release of Anjuta IDE, please take a look at the official raw changelog.

Download Anjuta 3.9.4 right now from Softpedia. Remember that this is a development version and it should NOT be installed on production machines. It is intended for testing purposes only.

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