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Using citations with Workbench

I have written a tutorial (.nb file) for a package using Workbench. In the tutorial there are some citations created with the recently introduced citation management system. They are simply numbered ...
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Searching Notebooks for String Patterns using Workbench v2

The Workbench webpage describing new features in version 2 lists the ability to "Search notebook documents with the Mathematica pattern search utility" under the heading Mathematica Front End ...
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Where does Workbench deploy to?

After a few months pause, I am using Workbench again and I cannot determine where is WB sending (deploying) my built package. WB does not ask for a destination folder, so I guess it must use some ...
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Incremental build in Workbench 2 Is it possible?

I am developing a package which currently has 129 symbols and 13 tutorials. Each time I run a build WB takes about 11 minutes to build the documentation files. Each time I make a small change in just ...
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MUnit test debug breakpoints in Workbench not working

When I create a breakpoint in Workbench 2 for an MUnit test, and run a debug build, the breakpoints are not breaking execution. The MUnit output is updated like a normal run without breakpoints. Why ...
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NotebookFind and String Pattern Expressions

Is there a way that NotebookFind can be used to match string pattern expressions rather than just strings? The documentation for ...
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Wolfram Workbench - Mathematica Development Alternatives

Are there any alternatives (IDE or other workflow) to Wolfram Workbench for development and debugging? Elaboration: An open source alternative.
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Conditional break point in Wolfram Workbench?

Is it possible to set up a conditional break point in Wolfram Workbench? For example I want the code to stop if an index i is equal to a given value.
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Managing formatted usage messages in Wolfram Workbench

We have numerous packages (defined in .m files) that we maintain and develop in WolframWorkbench (2.0), and in those packages, we use the traditional method of ...
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MUnit creating a hierarchy of TestSuites

I would like to create a hierarchy of TestSuites. However it appears that it is not possible to call a TestSuite from another ...
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Workbench Profile[] question

I previously posted this question on Mathgroup but received no response I am using Workbench to profile my code. Suppose I have 2 modules, let's call them A, B (they are too long to replicate here). ...
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Unit testing J/Link projects in Workbench

I am having some problems setting up the MUnit testing framework for a J/Link project and would be grateful for advice. I do have J/Link working when running or debugging the .nb notebook in ...
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Inspecting non-variable state from a breakpoint in Workbench

Suppose I'm stopped at a breakpoint in Workbench, say at one of the y = ... lines in: ...