Ken O. Burtch
This is the home page for the Tiny IDE for Ada/Anything.
TIA is a mouse-driven IDE for a text or console screen. TIA gives you many of the features of a full-scale integrated development environment such as source control, project management and keyword hilighting. It will run without an X desktop, over a telnet connection, on an old-fashioned computer terminals or other places where other IDEs will not run. It's small size makes it quick and flexible. It's also popular with people who prefer text-based environments like emacs but who want a user-friendy and fast QuickBasic-style interface.
Screenshot: TIA File Open Dialog (with Java)
Originally designed for GCC Ada (or "GNAT"), TIA has been extended to support many languages including C, Java and PHP. With source control, CVS and Subversion are automatically run with project changes such as when new files are saved. When errors occur when building a project, move between errors in different source files with the next error menu item.
Screenshot: TIA Project Menu (with Business Shell)
Screenshot: TIA Find Dialog (with PHP)