What is the Best Tool for Maintenance Programming?

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We are looking to add some tools to NXTware Remote to further aid the developer in making their code work the best. Which tool helps the most? Something to analyze the ripple effect like impact analysis?

Posted by kbarnes (Questions: 4, Answers: 11)
Asked on April 29, 2016 10:40 am
Category: NXTware Remote
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NXTware Remote will add source code analysis (SCA) to the OpenVMS version to replicate the LSE functionality. The new feature will be in NXTware Remote 4.6.4.

Posted by kbarnes (Questions: 4, Answers: 11)
Answered on January 4, 2017 3:41 pm
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You won’t get away with just syntax errors. Any IDE will tell you only the errors agains language specification, some may tell whether you have undefined variables of unresolved references, or errors in parameter lists of your own functions and procedures without compilation and linking (or running them, for interpreted languages). To prevent the latter, use LSE (Language Sensitive Editor), because apart from language errors, it can be extended withou your own function and procedure calls.

Posted by WIllem (Questions: 0, Answers: 5)
Answered on July 25, 2016 2:29 am
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Since no one has responded, this may be more difficult than I intended. The assumption was that source code management and an automated make facility is in place. If I had to choose one feature, it would have to be a good editor with syntax highlighting because it shows syntax errors and doesn’t waste my time with compilations of code with syntax errors. That however, is already a part of NXTware Remote editors and would not be a new feature.

Posted by kbarnes (Questions: 4, Answers: 11)
Answered on July 22, 2016 1:14 pm
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