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TextTransformer 1.3.0: IDE with dockable windows now

02-27-2007 02:22 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: Dr. Detlef Meyer-Eltz

TextTransformer IDE in debug mode

TextTransformer IDE in debug mode

TextTransformer 1.3 has a new user-interface with dockable windows. They simplify the development of specific conversion programs and testing them step by step.

You can configure the arrangement of the dockable windows freely. When you change between working on a project and debugging it, also a change to the corresponding window layout takes place automatically. So the information important for the respective work mode is represented optimally.

E.g., when executing a project step by step in the debug mode, the following information could be shown in different windows at the same time:

- the source text
- the target text,
- the syntax tree,
- the lying information
- the stack of the called rules (productions)
- the current production

Altogether, approx. twenty windows can be chosen. The user can freely adapt the representation to his needs and to his monitor(s).

It is also new that in the current production the respective terminal, nonterminal and EBNF symbols appear highlighted. Innumerable further detail improvements and also some error corrections were carried out at this update. The context sensitive help was also enlarged. A new example demonstrates, how references on external texts can be processed, while a source text is transformed. Some file commands introduced to this end are also new.

Versions, prices and availability of TextTransformer:

The standard version can be downloaded as a 30-day trial version under http://www.TextTransformer.com/downloads/TetraInstall.exe. As soon as the test period has passed, the functionality is adapted to the free version.

With the professional version of the TextTransformer a ready transformation program can be exported as c++ program code and so included into other software products. So the core of the TextTransformer is bootstrapping self.

The standard version costs $ 98 and the professional version costs $ 394, both availably under http://www.texttransformer.com/Registration_en.html.

In the free version the features of the standard version are restricted, however, it has almost all possibilities of analyzing texts and carrying out simple text manipulations. It can be downloaded here: http://www.texttransformer.com/downloads/TetraInstall.exe

Further information about the versions, the PDF manual etc., you find at: http://www.texttransformer.com/Downloads_en.html

Further technical details on the IDE, the parser-generator, the interpreter, the debugger or code production you find at: http://www.texttransformer.com/TechnicalDetails_en.html

Dr. Detlef Meyer-Eltz has been working for many years as software developer in different employments (measurement data evaluation, tabulation software, workflow application, artificial intelligence). He is an independent developer since 2002. After more than three-years of development version 1.0.0 of the TextTransformer could be published.

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Detlef Meyer-Eltz
Burggarten 16
20535 Hamburg
Germany
dme@texttransformer.com

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