A free C, C++ and Fortran IDE
Code::Blocks is a free, open-source, cross-platform C, C++ and Fortran IDE built to meet the most demanding needs of its users. It is designed to be very extensible and fully configurable. Finally, an IDE with all the features you need, having a consistent look, feel and operation across platforms. Built around a plugin framework, Code::Blocks can be extended with plugins. Any kind of functionality can be added by installing/coding a plugin. For instance, compiling and debugging functionality is already provided by plugins! We hope you enjoy using Code::Blocks! The Code::Blocks Team
A free, portable, fast and simple C/C++ IDE
A new and improved fork of Bloodshed Dev-C++
Lightweight and easy to use cross-platform C++ IDE
ZinjaI is a lightweight Cross-platform IDE for programming with C/C++, initially aimed to be used in classroom for learning C++, but powerful enough to manage complex projects as ZinjaI itself.
C++ IDE easy and complete.
Falcon C++ is a IDE that was developed to turn development of C++ applications easily.
Code::Blocks is an open-source cross-platform IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for C/C++. Designed with flexibility in mind, most of its features are provided by external modules (plugins) making it easily extendable and configurable.
Kile is a feature-rich LaTeX editor
Kile is a LaTeX editor, a TeX shell that simplifies the creation of LaTeX documents.
LuaEdit is an IDE/Text Editor/Debugger for the Lua language. Its interface looks like MS Visual Studio .Net� and includes syntax highlighting, code completion, advance breakpoint management, efficient search engines, etc. Client under GPL and server (core debugger) under LGPL.
FBIde is opensource IDE for FreeBasic compiler. Coded in C++ using wxWidgets library to be as portable as possible.
Eclim is a set of eclipse and vim plugins to integrate the two projects.
Colorer provides source text syntax highlighting services. It colorizes source codes in editor systems (more than 200 syntaxes). Uses powerful HRC format(XML, RE, context free grammas), allowing to support any language. Available as Eclipse plugin.
wxLua is a Lua scripting language wrapper for the wxWidgets cross-platform GUI library. It consists of executables for editing, running, and debugging wxLua scripts, a library for extending C++ programs with a fast, small, fully embeddable scripting language, and a variety of sample programs. With wxLua you can quickly write full-featured programs with graphics, networking, printing, etc. for MS Windows, Linux, and OSX.
Qt Creator Cppcheck integration plugin
Allows to use Cppcheck static analyzer tool in Qt Creator IDE. Sources can be obtained here: https://github.com/OneMoreGres/qtc-cppcheck IMPORTANT: plugin's version must match Qt Creator's version (difference in last digit is acceptable) Then plugin must be enabled in Help->Modules menu.
The BVRDE is a fully integrated development environment (IDE) for remote cross-platform compiling and debugging of UNIX and LINUX console applications. BVRDE runs on a Windows platform, but compiles and debugs applications on UNIX systems.
Kazam is a visual editor and project manager for interactive fiction game creation with Inform, one of the major development tools for this type of games. Kazam is developed with the wxWindows cross-platform GUI package.
Performance and Productivity at Scale
X10 is a class-based, strongly-typed, garbage-collected, object-oriented language. To support concurrency and distribution, X10 uses the Asynchronous Partitioned Global Address Space programming model (APGAS). This model introduces two key concepts -- places and asynchronous tasks -- and a few mechanisms for coordination. With these, APGAS can express both regular and irregular parallelism, message-passing-style and active-message-style computations, fork-join and bulk-synchronous parallelism. Both its modern, type-safe sequential core and simple programming model for concurrency and distribution contribute to making X10 a high-productivity language in the HPC and Big Data spaces. User productivity is further enhanced by providing tools such as an Eclipse-based IDE (X10DT). Implementations of X10 are available for a wide variety of hardware and software platforms ranging from laptops, to commodity clusters, to supercomputers.
Development of a visual IDE for MinGW is active again thanks to Arthas.
Camelia is an IDE for OCaml designed with students and new users in mind. It sports syntax highlighting, tool-tip type checking, clickable error explanations, an integrated debugger, and more.
A very easy to use GUI C++ framework for Windows and *NIX systems. Supports WIN32 API on Windows platforms, and Athena and Motif X widgets on *NIX systems. First developed in 1995, is still in active development. Currently working on Version 2.0.
Light-weight Scintilla-based text editor with syntax highlighting
Notepad3 is a fast and light-weight Scintilla-based text editor with syntax highlighting. Notepad3 is an excellent replacement for the default Windows text editor. Notepad3 offers many extra features over Notepad. It has a small memory footprint, but is powerful enough to handle most programming jobs.
QT AGI Studio is an IDE that allows developers to create games using Sierra On-Line's AGI system that was used in the early 80s to create games such as King's Quest 1, 2, and 3, Space Quest 1 and 2, Police Quest 1 and Leisure Suit Larry 1.
Simple and Powerful Latex Editor
GClisp is a gtk+-2.0 front-end to Common Lisp (clisp). It provides an IDE with both a text editor and a running lisp repl.
EclipseNSIS is a plugin for the Eclipse platform which enables editing, compiling and testing Nullsoft Installer (NSIS) scripts. The InstallOptions Editor plugin is for editing of InstallOptions files. (Requires Eclipse GEF http://www.eclipse.org/gef)
OpenCTags is a ctags add-on for code Editors like Crimson Editor, EditPlus, UltraEdit