Ubuntu Developer Tools Center Gets Renamed To Ubuntu Make
Written by Michael Larabel in Ubuntu on 9 December 2014 at 10:35 AM EST. Add A Comment
UBUNTU --
The Ubuntu Developer Tools Center is no more and is instead now being called Ubuntu Make.

Ubuntu Developer Tools Center / Ubuntu Make is a way to easily setup common developer tools on an Ubuntu Linux desktop installation. Right now this utility is just designed about easing Android application development but Ubuntu developers have plans for allowing Ubuntu Make to provide the tooling for other languages and environments.

Besides re-branding to Ubuntu Make, the version 0.2 release has a fix for installing the newly christened Android Studio 1.0 integrated development environment. The Ubuntu Make binary is being called umake. More details on Ubuntu Make via this blog post.
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