Category:Integrated development environments

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Integrated development environment (IDE) is computer software to help computer programmers develop software. They normally consist of a source code editor, a compiler, interpreter or both, build-automation tools, and usually a debugger. See also computer-aided software engineering.


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Pages in category "Integrated development environments"

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