Ubuntu Make 16.03 Has Been Released

As you may know, Ubuntu Developer Tools Center is an command-line, open-source tool that enables the users to easily install the main platforms for Android application development.

Recently, Ubuntu Developer Tools Center has been renamed to Ubuntu Make, the latest version available being Ubuntu Make 16.03, which brings a bunch of changes only:

  • fix Unity3D on lts mesa;
  • fix VSCode license page due to server changes;
  • fix Android-NDK not working due to server changes (download is now for 64bit only);
  • fix Clang support due to server changes;
  • fix Intellij .desktop file.
  • adds support for Eclipse JEE, IntelliJ IDEA EAP and Kotlin compile

Ubuntu Make 16.03 Has Been Released

Installation instructions:

Up to date packages are available via PPA, so installing the software on Ubuntu 15.10 Wily Werewolf, Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr, Linux Mint 17.x, Elementary OS 0.3 Freya and other Ubuntu derivative systems is easy. Just add the PPA to your system, update the local repository index and install the umake package:

$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-desktop/ubuntu-make
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install ubuntu-make

Optional, to remove umake, do:

$ sudo apt-get remove ubuntu-make

Usage instructions:

To get information about ubuntu-make, run umake –help (there are two minus signs before help):

To install Unity 3D, do:

$ sudo umake games unity3d

To install Arduino IDE, do:

$ sudo umake ide arduino

To install Eclipse JEE, do:

$ sudo umake ide eclipse-jee

To install IntelliJ IDEA EAP, do:

$ sudo umake ide idea --eap

To install Kotlin language compiler, do:

$ sudo umake kotlin kotlin-lang

To install GO, do:

$ sudo umake go go-lang

To install dartlang, do:

$ sudo umake dart editor

To install pycharm, do:

$ sudo umake ide pycharm

To install eclipse, do:

$ sudo umake ide eclipse

To install IntelliJ IDEA, do:

$ sudo umake ide idea-ultimate

To install IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition, do:

$ sudo umake ide idea

To install Webstorm, do:

$ sudo umake ide webstorm

To install pycharm-professional, do:

$ sudo umake ide pycharm-professional

To install pycharm-educational, do:

$ sudo umake ide pycharm-educational

To install Phpstorm, do:

$ sudo umake ide phpstorm

To install Rubymine, do:

$ sudo umake ide rubymine

To install Stencyl, do:

$ sudo umake games stencyl

To install Android NDK, do:

$ sudo umake android android-ndk

To install Android Studio, do:

$ sudo umake android android-studio

To install Firefox Dev, do:

$ sudo umake web firefox-dev

To remove any of this tools, just write –remove (minus minus remove) at the end of the installation command. Example:

$ sudo umake web firefox-dev --remove

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