Home > Linux > Onebase DevelopGo 1.0 Released Onebase DevelopGo 1.0 Released Submitted by Prabhuram Baskaran 2005-07-30 Linux 16 Comments The Onebase Linux Project is pleased to announce the availability of a “Live Development Platform” for programmers. It comes with wide language support, offline developer docs and large collection of popular editors and tools. About The Author 16 Comments 2005-07-30 3:10 pm This “Live Development Platform” looks absolutely awesome. I was waiting for something exactly like this and here it comes. DevelopGo looks so good, well integrated and polished, it might well become somewhat of a new standard for development. 2005-07-30 3:43 pm It is a LiveCD with a set of OpenSource or free software development tools. 2005-07-30 5:50 pm … 2005-07-30 6:32 pm Does the first comment appear to be from the developer(s) of OneBase or is it just me? If you’re going to pose as an enthusiastic user, please try to *sound* like one and not someone who plays one on TV 2005-07-30 8:41 pm I don’t know that their comment is really that suspect. I’m not a proper-developer myself [just a technophile], thus I really couldn’t say whether their site is all just marketspeak. It certainly seems a useful solution though, maybe not innovative, but providing a wide range of specific tools, and guides for them then subsequently tailoring the experience around them; seems a lot better than your average distribution that likely contains all the same stuff, but in disparate locations and less tailoring. 2005-07-30 9:15 pm What you say makes much sense to me: the Onebase developer is exactly the kind of person who would do something like that. 2005-07-30 7:42 pm I am just as impressed and excited about DevelopGo but that doesn’t make me one of its developers. It just looks like a great development platform. 2005-07-30 9:13 pm If you are a developer just use any mainstream distro and install all the dev tools you need. 2005-07-31 1:21 am Lumbergh The one thing I can think of is to carry it around with you along with a USB stick, so you have all your tools with you no matter where you are. 2005-07-30 10:43 pm “What you say makes much sense to me: the Onebase developer is exactly the kind of person who would do something like that.” He has certainly done it before. 2005-07-31 6:53 am dikatlon I liked this idea, but it lacks a little bit in software that makes you more productive. Development is not all about IDE’s, you need software to plan and organize your project, some uml software for example. Before I was going on vacation this summer, I planed on creating this system – but with an indexing service. I where starting to write an indexing service in C# using mono (well there is beagle, but I don’t like it yet). The indexing service is meant to be integrated, and give you the chance to search for classes and methods in files – So you can get some more productive. But there is lot of more to come. What kind of wdm? isn’t that important, but as standard – what my ideas is now – is to be using fluxbox. I Think DevelopGO is good – I continue where 1.0 stops. 2005-07-31 8:56 am Anonymous Penguin If you make such a distro, will you let us know? As to the wdm, may I suggest Icewm as well? And are you going to use debs? 2005-07-31 11:59 am dikatlon Of course, Icewm is good. I will release a project page at the url linux.openzource.org in 4,5 weeks. For the moment the indexing service is under hard development. 2005-07-31 12:01 pm dikatlon I Did forgot to answer the question about debs. The currently plans is to use slackware with slapt-get, but to early to say in this development process. 2005-07-31 12:21 pm Thanks for both replies 2005-07-31 12:23 pm Anonymous Penguin Sorry, I forgot to log in.