Last week, during the UbuCon Summit 2016, developer Didier Rocher announced one new version of Ubuntu Make and from what he announced, great news comes in the new version 16.01.2 of Ubuntu Make.
Among the most important news of this new version, highlights the Eclipse support for PHP and C ++, And the ability to install Swift, a new programming language for Apple, which is also Open Source.
If you’re not very familiar with Ubuntu Make, or you don’t know what it is, Ubuntu Make is a program that is andrun on the command console and that serves to install programs in a simple and fast way. If you do not already have it installed, you can do so by running the following commands in the terminal:
its add-apt-repository ppa: ubuntu-desktop / ubuntu-make
sudo apt update
sudo apt install ubuntu-make
Galileo Startor, has implemented the support for Swift, Which can now be easily installed using Ubuntu Make through the command:
Also, as we told you, this new version of Ubuntu Make has brought more news and the contributions of Startor have not stayed here. This developer has also been responsible for support for C ++ and PHP in Eclipse, As well as Evan McIntire has implemented the page support man generated through the option -help, Which will now be fully updated for each program we install.
We hope you enjoyed the news of the new version of this tool so useful that it supports more and more languages. Until next time.