|Original author(s)||Naba Kumar|
|Developer(s)||Johannes Schmid, Sébastien Granjoux, Massimo Cora, James Liggett and others|
|Initial release||December 27, 1999|
|Stable release||3.34.0  (September 8, 2019 )|
|Written in||C (GTK)|
|Available in||41 languages(with translation ≥ 50%)|
|Type||Integrated development environment|
3.26.0 / September 10, 2017
The goal of Anjuta DevStudio is to provide a customizable and extensible IDE framework and at the same time provide implementations of common development tools. Libanjuta is the framework that realizes the Anjuta IDE plugin framework and Anjuta DevStudio realizes many of the common development plugins.
It integrates programming tools such as the Glade Interface Designer and the Devhelp API help browser.
The German magazine LinuxUser recognized Anjuta 1.0.0 (released in 2002) as a good step to increase the number of native GNOME/GTK applications, stating that the application has a very intuitive GUI and new useful features.
In April 2017, Anjuta was removed from the OpenBSD ports tree, with stagnation of development and existence of alternatives cited as reasons.