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goorm is the cloud-based Integrated Development Environment. It is developed in only javascript and using various open source libraries. It is also an open-source project. goorm supports currently C/C++ and Java as well as HTML, CSS, PHP and Javascript. Other languages will be supported with plugin. (future works).

  • goorm is developing now and this repository provides only beta version.
  • please, feedback to us about bugs and feature what you need. (email:


install using npm :

      $ npm install goorm -g

Official Site


  • Build your own cloud integrated development environment
  • Support various plug-ins
  • Collaborate on projects in real-time with other developers
  • Design UI/UML
  • Support syntax highlighting
  • Powerful search/replace
  • Customize your own goorm
  • Manage your project via subversion/git
  • Work with the useful terminal
  • and so on...

Getting Started

  • node.js installation

    install node.js :

        $ wget
        $ tar -xvzf node-v0.10.21.tar.gz
        $ cd node-v0.10.21
        $ ./configure
        $ make
        $ sudo make install

    check node.js installed successfully :

        $ node -v

    if node.js installed successfully, it prints node.js version as below:

        $ v0.10.21

    install npm (optional- latest version of node.js automatically install npm, so you may not install npm) :

    it requires curl to install npm, install curl as below :

        $ sudo chown -R $USER /usr/local
        $ apt-get install curl

    then, install npm :

        $ curl >
        $ sudo sh
  • Download

    clone goorm (git) :

        $ git clone git://

    checkout goorm (svn) :

        $ svn checkout svn:// goorm 

    or using npm :

        $ npm install goorm -g
  • Run

    run mongodb:

        $ mongod

    if mongodb installed successfully, it prints information as below:

        Thu Oct  4 23:26:15 [websvr] admin web console waiting for connections on port 28017
        Thu Oct  4 23:26:15 [initandlisten] waiting for connections on port 27017

    run goorm.js :

        $ node goorm.js start

    run goorm.js (through npm) :

        $ goorm start

    run goorm daemon :

        $ node goorm.js start -d
        $ goorm start -d

    config (optional) :

        $ node goorm.js set --workspace ~/workspace/
        $ goorm set -w ~/workspace/
        $ node goorm.js set --temp-directory ~/temp_files/
        $ goorm set -t ~/temp_files/
        $ node goorm.js set -x plugin_exclude_list
        $ goorm set --plugin_exclude_list [plugin_exclude_list]
        $ node goorm.js set -u [user_id]
        $ goorm set --user [user_id]

    stop goorm daemon :

        $ node goorm.js stop
        $ goorm stop

    if goorm runned successfully, it prints information as below :

        goormIDE:: loading config...
        workspace_path: /Users/goormUser/workspace/
        temp_dir_path: /Users/goormUser/temp_files/
        goormIDE:: starting...
        info  - started
        goorm IDE server listening on port 9999 in development mode
        Open your browser and connect to
        'http://localhost:9999' or 'http://[YOUR IP/DOMAIN]:9999'

    run goorm.js:

        $ node goorm.js

    you can run the goorm as below URL in your web-browser (google chrome is hardly recommended) :



goormIDE fundamentally has a dual license. Currently being released as open source version is the AGPL v3 conforms to the open source project. Modifying the source code must be disclosed the source code using the same license. If you want to use goorm IDE commercially, you must purchase the license.(