For those of you that haven't played around with it, here are some of the differences between BeIDE and Paladin:
- Open source - you can pretty much do anything with its code that you want, except change the copyright on the original sources.
- Group non-code files -- notes, TODO lists, etc. -- in with your code for better organization
- Support for flex and bison out of the box
- More ways to execute your program, including logging debug output and setting run arguments
- Support debugging with gdb in Haiku
- Project files are in an open format
- Projects can be built from the command line
I've also added GCC4-only packages to BeBits so that anyone running it can conveniently get an alternative to just Pe and jam or make. I'm having problems uploading the new release to Haikuware, but I should have that resolved before long.
And for those of you about to code, we salute you. ;-)