Paladin is an open source integrated development environment (IDE) modeled after BeOS' BeIDE. It can use fastdep and ccache to speed up builds if you have them installed.
To build: run
pkgman install devel:libpcre and then run
Command-line build support
Revision control-friendly project files
More run options for projects
Explicit support for debugging with gdb under Haiku
Bundled helper tools
Streamlined project settings
Out-of-the-box support for Lex and Yacc
Support for text and binary resource files
Projects can include notes and other files that aren't source code
Out-of-the-box makefile generation
Integrated source code management
1-click project backups
Starting a Project
Install Paladin from HaikuDepot.
Create New Project.
Project Typefrom the dropdown menu, give your project a name, a file name and save destination and click
- Select the file you want to code in.
Here's how an editor window looks like:
(Code excerpt from HexVexed)
Alt+Rto compile and run your program.
Some Very Useful Features
Dealing with Errors
While warnings will not stop Paladin from continuing to build a project, if an error occurs, Paladin will stop the build so that the errors can be corrected. Errors are listed in pink; warnings are listed in yellow.
Double-clicking on an error or warning will open up the file containing it in the editor. The
Copy to Clipboard button will copy all visible errors and/or warnings to the system clipboard for pasting into other documents.
Backing Up Projects
Your project can be quickly placed into a compressed archive in a folder of your choosing with your project's name and timestamp for the backup with just a click of this menu item.
Developers seem to need a wide variety of tools when writing code. Paladin includes a few small accessories to complement the main development environment. An ASCII table, Regular expression tester, Symbol finder and a tool to easily choose a license for your project can be accessed from the