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 Ravel IDE 

Last post Wed, Mar 5 2014 5:48 AM by ztzg. 2 replies.
Started by michd 05 Mar 2014 12:47 AM. Topic has 2 replies and 461 views
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  • Wed, Mar 5 2014 12:47 AM

    • michd
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    Ravel IDE Reply

    Hi there,

    I come from web devel, with some tcltk, vb,  and I've been using NETBEANS IDE for years (come from Eclipse). 

    I'm new to ravel coding, and I've started using Cadence Vier, for ravel interactive window feature . But I would like to use project management / subversion integration  / syntax colorization-completion / ... right on Netbeans ide which integrate perfectly in my company here.

    so is there a plan to develop a Ravel plug-in  for netbeans in the future ? ( a java development in fact)

    regards 

    Michel

     

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  • Wed, Mar 5 2014 5:28 AM

    • Bjoern L
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    Re: Ravel IDE Reply

    Hello Michel,

     

    currently there are no concrete plans for an IDE other than Vier Ravel, I am afraid. Using Vier Ravel, packages for Emacs exist which integrate with various version control systems. I appreciate that Vier Ravel is quite different to Netbeans in many ways, but it does have completion, interactive evaluation, online documentation, etc. For syntax highlighting we have syntax files for the editors UltraEdit and TextPad that I could share with you.

     Best regards,

     

     Björn

     

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  • Wed, Mar 5 2014 5:48 AM

    • ztzg
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    Re: Ravel IDE Reply

    Hi Michel,

    I see that Cadence does not intend to support Netbeans or other Java IDEs. Nothing prevents a third-party from doing so, however.

    I do provide integration and custom development services for EDA projects, and could add Ravel and Netbeans support to my tools, which already offer syntax coloring and smart code completion for SKILL and SKILL++:

    Do not hesitate to email me at dd@crosstwine.com if your company would like to sponsor such a project.

    Best regards,
    Damien Diederen

    http://www.crosstwine.com tel: +49 89 2189 2939 cell: +49 174 3489 428
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