Linux News Today: Ubuntu Make Now Supports Netbeans IDE, Rust, Latest Unity Game Engine
Didier Roche, the lead developer and creator of Ubuntu Make, has announced the immediate availability for download of Ubuntu Make 15.11.1 for all supported Ubuntu Linux operating systems, including Ubuntu 15.10 (Wily Werewolf).
According to the release notes, Ubuntu Make 15.11.1 adds support for the Netbeans IDE (Integrated Development Environment) software, along with the ability to install any of its flavors, support for the Rust programming language, and the latest Unity game engine.
Also new in Ubuntu Make 15.11.1 is basic support for medium and large tests, standardization for the test environment to be supported on all sorts of setups, including ZSH, ANDROID NDK improvements, and the ability to override the GOROOT value.
Moreover, the webstorm icon has been updated to reflect the upstream changes, a crash that occurred when all downloads assets are 404 in BaseInstaller has been fixed, the -r option does the same thing as –remove, and Readd Travis CI has been integrated.
The Docker container has also been updated in Ubuntu Make 15.11.1, adding support for medium tests with new certificates, various dependencies are now installed correctly, and support for shipping static files is now complete.
Installing Ubuntu Make
In addition to the changes mentioned above, Ubuntu Make 15.11.1 adds many other small under-the-hood improvements and fixes many of the issues reported by users since the previous release of the software.
The Ubuntu Make software is a command-line application, and it currently supports the Ubuntu 15.10 (Wily Werewolf), Ubuntu 15.04 (Vivid Vervet), and Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr) operating systems.
To install it, you will have to paste the following commands in the Terminal app, one at a time, pressing the Enter key on your keyboard after each one. That’s it, you can now install third-party software using the umake command.
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:ubuntu-desktop/ubuntu-make
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install -y ubuntu-make