For those not in the known, Ubuntu Make is an open-source command-line tool designed from the ground up to help developers and programmers install all sorts of third-party applications that aren’t available in the Ubuntu repos or don’t have a PPA.
According to Mr. Roche, Ubuntu Make 16.03 is here to add support for installing the Superpowers 2D/3D game maker software, as well as the Eclipse IDE for Java EE developers, IntelliJ IDEA EAP (Early Access Program), and the Kotlin compiler.
Besides all the goodies mentioned above, Ubuntu Make 16.03 adds some extra tests for the Microsoft Visual Studio Code IDE (Integrated Development Environment), improves the Portuguese translation, and fixes bugs for Android-NDK, Unity3D, Visual Studio Code, Clang, and Intellij-based IDEs.
Submitted by: Arnfried Walbrecht
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