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Wolfram Workbench now available [message #562989] Tue, 14 November 2006 22:08
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Wolfram Workbench--the state-of-the-art, Eclipse-based integrated
development environment (IDE) for Mathematica technologies--is
now available for download from Wolfram Research. Complementing
Mathematica’s uniquely powerful, high-level programming language
and world-renowned features for computation, visualization, and
modeling, Workbench is ideal for developing large-scale technical

Key features in Workbench enable users to:

* Group files, code, and other Mathematica resources into a
single project
* Perform source code editing with syntax highlighting, error reporting,
local variable coloring, and many more options
* Study code as it runs and easily detect and fix any problems
* Profile the code’s execution and develop and run tests, with an array
of insightful reporting methods
* Manage multiple versions of files and access version histories
* Build and deploy Mathematica packages

Features that make Mathematica ideal for development include:

* Multi-paradigm programming that lets users program as they think, not
as the language dictates
* Short, readable code for faster, simpler implementation
* The world’s most extensive computation library, with symbolic as well
as numerical and graphical functionality
* Built-in connectivity to other languages and extensions
* Cutting-edge deployment options

Wolfram Workbench is compatible with Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, and
requires Mathematica 5.2 or higher. It also works with gridMathematica,
Mathematica Personal Grid Edition, webMathematica, Mathematica for the
Classroom, Mathematica for Students, and other Wolfram software, such as
Mathematica CalcCenter.

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