anjuta man page

anjuta — GNOME Integrated Development Environment

Syntax

anjuta [option] [files ... ]

Description

Anjuta is a GNOME IDE and can be used to create either GNOME/GTK+ applications with glade or glade-gnome, or can be used for creating generic applications. It is primarily designed for use with C/C++ and features an easy to use debugger and compilation environment.

Options

-h, --help

Output help Anjuta command-line options and exit.

--help-gtk

Output GTK+ command-line options and exit.

--help-all

Output all command-line options and exit.

-v, --version

Output version information and exit.

-s, --no-splash

Do not show the splashscreen at startup.

-c, --no-client

Start a new instance and do not open the file in an existing instance.

-n, --no-session

Do not open last session on startup.

-f, --no-files

Do not open last project and files on startup.

-p, --proper-shutdown

Shut down Anjuta properly, releasing all resources (for debugging).

-g, --geometry string

Specify the size and location of the main window, using the standard X window geometry syntax: WIDTHxHEIGHT+XOFF+YOFF.

Anjuta supports all the generic GTK options, a full list is available on the Anjuta help screen using --help-gtk.

Authors

This man page was originally written by Rob Bradford <robster@debian.org>, extended by Jens Georg <mail@jensgeorg.de>. Anjuta was developed by Kh. Naba Kumar Singh <kh_naba@users.sourceforge.net>

See Also

anjuta_launcher(1)

Referenced By

anjuta-launcher(1).

3.22.0 Jens Georg