Wolfram has released Workbench 2, a development environment targeting the enterprise level. Users can edit code, manage projects, and run debugging processes. The title integrates with other Wolfram software, such as Mathematica and gridMathematica. Version 2 allows companies to integrate documentation into Mathematica apps, using special editing tools.Improvements to code editing allow commands like comment grouping, or finding references to functions, packages and symbols. Some front-end integration upgrades include automatic setup of Mathematica every time a project notebook is opened, and configuration of access to palettes and stylesheets from a notebook’s front end. Tools for webMathematica 3 have been added, and the underlying Eclipse platform has been advanced to v3.5.
Mac, Windows and Linux versions of Workbench 2 are available; each typically costs $145, though special discounts are available for students, governments and schools.