Tuesday, June 29, 2004

SlickEdit Inc. Announces SlickEdit Plug-In v9; Powerful Plug-in Editor Supports Eclipse 3.0

SlickEdit Inc. Announces SlickEdit Plug-In v9; Powerful Plug-in Editor Supports Eclipse 3.0 :
MORRISVILLE, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 28, 2004--SlickEdit Inc. today announced the release of the SlickEdit(TM) Plug-in v9, the powerful editor plug-in that supports Eclipse 3.0. For over 15 years, power programmers from Fortune 500 companies to individuals have chosen SlickEdit products for their development tool of choice. SlickEdit Plug-in now allows Eclipse developers to write more code faster and more accurately.

The SlickEdit Plug-in provides developers with a robust set of timesaving features including advanced navigation, symbol analysis, recorded and programmable macros, editable dynamic differencing and merge. Customizable through the use of key bindings, a dialog box editor, 12 emulations, and a host of configuration options, the SlickEdit Plug-in allows developers to customize the tool to fit familiar work styles.

The SlickEdit Plug-in v9 has many new features including: ten C Refactorings, Statement Level Tagging, Surround With, Word Wrap on Soft Returns and Background Search. In addition, many of the standard Visual SlickEdit(R) windows have also been incorporated into the plug-in, including advanced search, references and symbols. Within the editor plug-in, SlickEdit has also enabled various Eclipse-based features, including Java refactoring and Java real-time error notification.

Scott Westfall, Director of Software Development at SlickEdit, 'I am very excited about the advancements Eclipse 3.0 will provide to the developer community. Our SlickEdit Plug-in will continue to be a best-in-class editor plug-in by incorporating many new advanced editing features, enabling Eclipse developers to write more code faster and more accurately.'

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