updated 01:10 pm EST, Tue November 14, 2006
Wolfram Workbench released
Wolfram Research today released Wolfram Workbench, an integrated development environment (IDE) that incorporates Mathematica technologies for the development of large-scale technical solutions. The software is built on the Eclipse IDE platform, easing the process of Eclipse adopters using Mathematica for applications. Key Workbench features include the ability to group files, code, and other Mathematica resources into a single project; perform source code editing with syntax highlighting, error reporting, and local variable coloring; and study code as it runs to detect and fix issues. The application also supports profiling code execution to develop run tests via an array of reporting methods; managing multiple versions of files as well as access version histories, and building as well as deploying Mathematica packages. Wolfram Workbench requires Mathematica 5.2 or later, and is priced at $145 (system requirements were unavailable).