An initial build of the new Jucer is now checked-in for the perusal of any interested parties…
As mentioned elsewhere, this is very much “phase 1” of a long development process! It currently lets you create a project and save that project with projects for XCode, MSVC and Linux, and edit the source files in an extremely basic way. Component and UI editing will be added in “phase 2”.
Using it should be fairly self-explanatory (I hope!)… Let me know if there are aspects that are entirely confusing, and I’ll try to make them clearer.
It currently supports apps, command-line apps, and plugins as project types. There’s also a ‘library’ type, which is designed primarily to let me manage the juce lib itself as a jucer project, and I’ll be converting it to use that in due course. You’re unlikely to want to use that in your own projects.
Anyone who’s interested in the export formats should be able to find the code pretty easily - there are obviously-named classes for each of the target IDEs, and the code is quite concise - the hardest format is XCode, but even that’s only about 1000 lines of code. If anyone fancies adding new format classes for things like Code::blocks or VC6, feel free to have a go!