Technical Info

Supported platforms

  • Windows 9x
  • Windows Me
  • Windows NT
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows XP
  • Windows 7
  • Windows 8

Supported compilers

  • PL/M-86
  • PL/M-286
  • PL/M-386
  • PL/M-51

Supported VCS's

  • Polytron PVCS
  • Microsoft Visual Source Safe
  • DA-PL/M also supports all available VCS supporting command line access

Main Parts

  • Editor
  • Browser
  • Graph
  • Analyzer
  • Project view
  • Message view

Features

  • Source editing
  • Source formatting
  • Building Procedure Call Graphs
  • Editing generated graphs
  • Source analysis
  • Building various reports about symbols
  • Generating software metrics
  • Generating dependencies and makefile skeleton
  • Project maintenance
  • Programming the environment through User Defined Actions
  • Programmable invocations of other applications (eg. make, compiler, linker, project management)

Direct connections

  • Fast jump to any procedure definition in the edited file
  • Token under caret in Editor to a new report
  • Token under caret in Editor to a new graph
  • Line in the report to the appropriate line in Editor
  • Token under caret in the report to a new different report
  • Token under caret in the report to a new graph
  • Node in the Procedure Call Graph to the appropriate procedure definition
  • Node in the Procedure Call Graph to the appropriate procedure declaration for library functions
  • Node in the Procedure Call Graph to a new graph
  • Edge in the Procedure Call Graph to the appropriate procedure call
  • Sources and texts in the Project view to the Editor
  • Documents in the project to external programs (based on the associated extension)
  • Externally generated reports to the Message window
  • Line in the Message window to the appropriate line in Editor (with dynamic tracking)
  • Current word to the Search dialog box
  • Drag and drop from File Manager or Explorer to the Project window
  • File specified in the include directive to Editor
  • Document specified in the comment to external programs