About KTilde

KTilde is a development environment designed for learning to program in c++.

New developers are faced with two ways to create programs: use an IDE or use command-line tools. Most IDE's make it difficult to compile simple programs like the famous "Hello, World!"; they make you create something that resembles GNU Hello. The other option is to mess with command line tools such as gcc, javac, or perl and to Read The Fine Manual. Neither of these are very good options. To run a program in KTilde, all you need to do is click run on the toolbar.

KTilde runs in KDE 3. It also requires gcc or the perl interpreter.


KTilde is alpha level code. If you have any problems running KTilde, they are probably my fault. Please let me know. If you actually use the program it would be nice to hear about it. Bug reports are always appreciated.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

src: ktilde-0.3.tar.bz2
md5sum: 2a285f21f19f963caf20325fc060f7e2
It is unlikely that I will provide RPMs in the near future.


screenshot of ktilde

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