Lightweight, keyboard-oriented IDE for the masses.
Alpha. I'm already using it in my daily work and also to write itself.
The TODO works like a roadmap and also list things I'm working on, it can give you a better idea of the project status.
How it looks like?
See more screenshots.
- Run fast, something you don't see very often in new desktop applications.
- Have a simple distraction free UI.
- Keyboard focused user interface.
- Easy/fast code navigation.
- ♥️ Git.
- ♥️ Language Servers.
There's a AUR package for every release.
$ yay -S tijolo
There's also AUR package available for latest git version, named
There should be a home made Ubuntu package for every release, check the github release page.
If you want to create a package from git, clone the repository then run
./packages/make-ubuntu-package, this will generate a docker image, build Tijolo inside that image, create a debian package then copy it back, out of the container. Not best approach to build a deb package but works on non-deb machines.
Compiling from source
You will need:
- Crystal compiler version >= 1.0.0.
- GIR packages for these GTK libraries.
Then the usual:
$ make $ sudo make install
Tijolo use JetBrains Mono font, you can make install them if you don't already have them installed:
$ sudo make install-fonts
$ sudo make uninstall uninstall-fonts
Pass a directory of a file under a git repository to open a project. Just call it without arguments to see a list of available projects.
- Fork it (https://github.com/hugopl/tijolo/fork)
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Add some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create a new Pull Request
Any ideas/suggestions, fill in an issue.
- Hugo Parente Lima - creator and maintainer
- 16 days ago
- April 28, 2020
Thu, 13 May 2021 04:54:49 GMT