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C-Dev is an integrated development environment for TSUG containing a suite of software development tools developed by Theorysonic for developing software and video games for TSUG, PTSUG, WTSUG, and TVTSUG, also for Windows, MacOS, EKS Vortex, Linux, Xenika, ViraOS, Android, iOS, Symbian, Tizen, Jentoi, iCloud, and Web.

History

Theorysonic releases a software development tools, then named Theorysonic Developement Tools.

Sometime after the Vlokozu Union collapsed, t was renamed to C-Dev to make C development tools more manageable and flexible.

Since version

Development tools

  • C-Basic
  • C/
  • C+
  • C++
  • Cx
  • C#
  • C=
  • C-Swift
  • C-Gram
  • C-Pro
  • Twovai
  • Vogoji (AI-powered)

Version history

as Theorysonic Development Tools

  • 1.0 (1975) - Inital release.
  • 2.0 (1977) -
  • 3.0 (1979)
  • 4.0 (1981) - C development language implemented for TS-OS 5, it would be later used for TS-UGOS and later releases.
  • 5.0 (1983) -
  • 6.0 UG (1985) -
  • 6.1 UG (1986) -
  • 7.0 UG (1987) -

as C-Dev

  • 8.0 (1989) -
  • 9.0 (1991) -
  • 10.0 (1993) - Add C-Gram language.
  • 11.0 (1995) -
  • 12.0 (1997) - known as C-Dev 97. Added C-Pro language.
  • 13.0 (1999) - known as C-Dev 99.
  • 14.0 (2001) - known as C-Dev SO.
  • 15.0 (2003) - known as C-Dev 2003. 64-bit support. Added C-Swift language.
  • 16.0 (2005) - known as C-Dev 2005.
  • 17.0 (2007) - known as C-Dev 2007.
  • 18.0 (2009) - known as C-Dev 2009.
  • 19.0 (2011) - known as C-Dev MX. Added Twovai and Vogoji AI language.
  • 20.0 (2013) - known as C-Dev MX 2.
  • 21.0 (2015) - known as C-Dev MX 3.
  • 22.0 (2017) - known as C-Dev MX 4. 128-bit support.
  • 22.5 (2018) - known as C-Dev MX 4.5.
  • 23.0 (2019) - known as C-Dev MX 2019. Added Twovai and Vogoji One language.

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