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Find Definition (F3) doesn't work within workspace or referenced projects

For a single project in Workbench, the "Find Definition" feature (F3, when a function name is selected) takes you to the place where the function was defined, see documentation. According to this ...
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Control which frontend session/kernel the Workbench gets attached to

(I am new to Workbench) I have 2 or 3 Mathematica frontend sessions open with a few of them running some long-running codes. When I try to open/edit a code in Workbench, I see that it sometimes it ...
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$Path hijacked by PacletManager?

Summary: Since Mathematica version 6, the PacletManager seems to have engineered an escalating hijack of the $Path variable. Add-on packages need to have a ...
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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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Associating symbol pages with symbols (Workbench)

Normally when you have symbol Abc, WorkBench creates a symbol page named Abc. Then when you make a build, type Abc and then press the F1 key, you are sent to the Abc symbol page. Suppose however ...
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Problems running Mathematica 10 with Workbench 2 Windows 7 64 bit

My Workbench runs perfectly using Mathematica 9, however simple things which run just using the Mathematica 10 front end won't run when using Mathematica 10 and Workbench 2. These simple two lines of ...
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Wolfram Workbench autocomplettition

Suppose I have some project in Wolfram Workbench. In some packages need DatabaseLink`. I write it in this way: ...
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Profiler calls function without providing true arguments

I found Profile[] in the Mathematica workbench does not run on my function. To investigate, I provided a simple function, ...
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Workbench error message: LinkObject::linkv: Argument Null in Null is not a valid LinkObject

From time to time I get this error message when I save my .m file in Wolfram Workbench: LinkObject::linkv: Argument Null in Null is not a valid LinkObject I can't really figure out what causes this ...
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Installing Android ADT and Aptana studio plugins into Workbench

My question is a dual to this one. I use Workbench 2.0, but I am now interested in developing some Android Apps and Html projects. In order to do that, I need to install Android ADT and Aptana ...
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workbench: how to extract a piece of code into a function

For example assume that the following code is given f[x_, y_]:= Block[{a, b}, a = Sin[x]; b = Cos[y]; c = a + b ] and I want to change it ...
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Workbench install 64-bit on Windows 7

I have downloaded the Workbench 2.0.0 zip file and followed the install new software -> add -> archive steps to install the workbench plugin. After that, the Workbench core and webMathematica tools ...
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Path must include /TypeSystemLoader.m?

I have encountered a number of odd issues using the Wolfram Workbench 3.0 Debugger. Whenever I try to step into a Switch[] statement, I get the following error message: "Problem Occurred - Debug ...
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Command completion in Wolfram Workbench 2 vs command completion in Mathematica 9

I don't have access to Workbench 2, but I tried a trial version of Mathematica 9. On reading about the features of Workbench 2, I found that it also supports code completion. I am looking forward to ...