Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 8th Sep 2007 20:18 UTC, submitted by koki
BeOS & Derivatives "As the development of Haiku keeps making noticeable strides, there seems to be no plan to include a direct replacement for the integrated development environment BeIDE that was bundled with BeOS. I have read here and there from a couple of BeOS developers about their intentions to develop such an IDE for Haiku, but nothing has trickled down so far in terms of code or binaries. Well, that's not the case anymore."
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RE: Now for a little controversy...
by koki on Sun 9th Sep 2007 05:06 UTC in reply to "Now for a little controversy..."
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> Be happy that Haiku will have an actively-developed
> open source IDE.

GenesTation is not open source. However, it is free (as in beer). ;)

This is a third party initiative and it's not intended to become part of the Haiku code base; so license compatibility is not an issue.

Regardless of the license, this can bring more options to Haiku in the future, so it is a positive development.

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