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I installed it for a short while, played with it somewhat and then decided it was not for me. I have been using IDEs for various languages and environments, but my development style for Mathematica programs just doesn't work in an IDE. I don't write huge programs, but mostly use Mathematica as a research tool, test concepts or do some data processing. ...


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I use it only for running tests. I have been trying to migrate to the new testing notebooks but I keep finding problems with them. Considering that the Wolfram Language is now free (Raspberry Pi), I think that the Workbench plug-in should be open sourced. Also needed are syntax highlighting modes for major text editors.


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I certainly would like to see a Workbench that worked. After spending the money for the thing, and locating a very old version of Eclipse for Windows to run it on, I could not make Workbench do anything. Since as a Mathematica Home Edition user, I am not entitled to technical support, and for lack of time, I gave up on Workbench. I have to believe that if ...


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Are you interested in a Wolfram Workbench Update? No, because it is based on Eclipse, and I prefer IntelliJ IDEA. The Mathematica plugin for IntelliJ IDEA is absolutely great and fairly sufficient for what I do. Many of my (ex-)co-workers at WRI use(d) Wolfram Workbench and are(were) productive with it. I never particularly liked it because of Eclipse. (...


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I do not have WB with me now, but I think that the different sections in the documentation pages are basically all the same, in the sense that you can simply add a new section (using a "section" button) and then simply change the heading. Another good way (probably the best) to really emulate official doc pages, is to use ctrl-shift-E and see the cell code ...



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