I’ve been wanting to get rid of the old Jucer for a while, but I know lots of people are still using it, and to be honest it can be quite handy.
So what I’ve just done is to take the old Jucer code, given it a quick clean-up and reshuffle, and embedded it inside the introjucer. It should let you do all the same stuff as the old stand-alone app, so please let me know if I’ve forgotten anything!
As a side-effect of using the introjucer’s document classes, it’ll actually do a few tricks that the old one couldn’t: it’ll let you edit the cpp file directly now, and should do its best to keep the GUI editor and the cpp file content in sync when you change them.
One small difference is that unlike the old app, there’s no global location for templates any more: each cpp file has a setting for its template, so you can specify one if you need to, or leave it blank to use the built-in default one. That means that if you import any files that used a custom template, you’ll need to set the file before saving.