CodeMonkey Linux Development Environment


Project Summary

CodeMonkey is an attempt to develop a suite of software development tools for the GNOME/X11 Linux platform. CodeMonkey will eventually support C/C++, Perl, PHP3, Java and UML. The Java version of the CodeMonkey IDE is currently under development.

Development Status
CodeMonkey is still in early pre-alpha development.

Development News
1999.09.16: Began Converting CodeMonkey to a GNOME Based Application
1999.09.25: CodeMonkey now uses automake and autoconf.
1999.09.28: GNOME Conversion is almost complete.
1999.10.03: Threw up a snap shot of where I'm at.

CodeMonkey is copyright 1998, 1999 V. Alex Brennen [].
CodeMonkey is distributed under the terms of the GNU GPL.

System Requirements
GNOME Desktop Environment
GTK+/GTK Version 1.2.0 or higher


You can download a snapshot of the current CodeMonkey code, but I'm not accepting any patches for it. CodeMonkey is still in pre-alpha development, so the version of the code on my hard drive differs significantly from the snapshot. CodeMonkey is still at the point where basic structures and modules are changing rapidly and new features are being added daily. I still have a very long way to go before this software is ready for an official release. But I'm a firm believer in "release early and release often" so you can get a copy if you want it.

CodeMonkey: Java SnapShot: 1999.10.03