Has potential Although a great idea, it does not appear to work. Others have previously stated it throwing errors on valid code in other languages; I tried with Python 3.x, it throws an Auth_error or something for " print("It works") ". This would be the only IDE app I need but it does not work. In addition please change the app's functionality to console programs and it's critical reliance on stdin/stdout
ULTIMATE COMPLIER still having issues and still no response from developer. dont bother wasting the money. it wont get updated developer wont respond. so yeah it has issues but developer wont respond that alone is a reason you will spend money for no reason. im pulling a bill gates and stealing this technology cause if the developer wont embrace the potential i will
Mike Nice and robust....but my java code doesn't execute and comes up with errors...not a good sign being I've already error checked it with jgrasp on my computer and another android IDE program on the phone and its error free. Please consider fixing this. Thank you.
Really, really bad UI and functionality in general. No option to disable text wrapping (gets very irritating with lisps), and syntax highlighting for the clojure var macro "#'foo" is wrongly tokenized as a reader literal followed by a quote. Fix those and maybe I'll give give stars....
Good Idea, Bad Execution This application is a very good idea as it allows compilation on the go. However, the fact that the tab key does not help indent the codes sucks. In addition, why on earth do we have to put the inputs in advance? What if the application requires users to input data or values based on what is shown in the program. (For example: Choosing an item based on a menu). And where do we get the libraries for c++? For example, one of my homeworks requires the windows.h, is it available?
I can not rate this higher just yet I am having my copy of this program take issue with legitimate lines of code in Java 7. There is another review on here expressing the same thing. I could write my code in Textpad on my computer and on my tablet in this program, and it would fail in deuter, but compile in Textpad. When deuterIDE tells me that System.out.println.... is not a statement, and its error arrow is pointing at the S, thus not recognizing the actual command statement itself, then i take issue with the efficacy of the program itself as a mobile platform IDE. I will be forced to continue to do so until it gets resolved as that is the programming language i am learning and need it for, even if it works perfectly with all its other programming languages.
- Fixed fatal crash
- Fixed fatal Auth Error\
- Highlighter/gutter preprocessing (faster response time)
- Improved correctness of smart bracket matching
New in DeuterIDE 2.0 - HUGE UPDATE!
- Integration of Deuterium Editor
- Updated UI for Android Holo Light Theme and adherence to Android's Design Language
- Action Bar Utility Menu
- Customizable Theming
- Smart bracket/parenthesis matching
- LaTeX Support
- Improved virtual key responsiveness!
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