Coedit is an IDE for the D programming language, its compilers, tools and libraries.
- available for Linux or Windows.
- supports all the D compilers (DMD-GDC-LDC).
- supports the DUB projects (JSON or SDL) and also Coedit own project format.
- support the DUB scripts (aka single file packages) and Coedit own script format (aka runnable modules).
- full D Completion Daemon integration (completion, ddoc display, call tips, jump to declaration, rename identifier).
- Dynamic D-Scanner linting with results displayed in the editor gutter.
- single click to compile and to unittest a module and optionally display tests coverage.
- advanced editor with D2 syntax highlighter, folds, regions, identifier markup, macros, sync-edit, etc.
- edition helpers: comment blocks, local identifier renaming, brace auto-closing, ddoc templates, etc.
- Debugging with a GDB gui. (linux only)
- Integrated terminal emulator. (linux only)
- Tree of symbols in the current module.
- static library manager that supports auto-registration from local DUB projects, from online DUB packages or from Coedit custom project format.
- todo list based on the todo comments located in a project or in the current source.
- user-defined tools powered by a string interpolation system.
- integrated file browser, dfmt interface, search & replace, discover more in the manual.
- latest release: version 3.6.17, Thu 12 Jul 2018.
- licensed under the terms of the Boost software license.
- Development can be supported with Paypal donations.
Download version 3.6.17
Download the zipped binaries or the zip that contains the setup program for you platform:
📦setup program for Linux 64 bit 📦binaries for Linux 64 bit 📦setup program for Windows 32/64 bit 📦binaries for Windows 32/64 bit 📦rpm for Linux 64 bit 📦deb for Linux 64 bit
The zip archives allow to move freely the files. The setup.zip archives contains a command line program that installs to predefined locations so that the software can be run without additional intervention. The deb and the rpm packages are for those who prefer the official setup system for their linux systems. Linux 32 bits version must be built manually.
See this page for more information about the setup.
Download 3rd part packages, maintained by volunteers, but the available versions are not guaranteed to be the latest:
Follow the procedure described here.