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Code Rocket for Eclipse integrates our unique and intuitive pseudocode and flowchart editors into your Eclipse IDE and has been specifically designed to improve the efficiency and reduce the cost of software development projects. Code Rocket for Eclipse supports both Java and C/C++ code design and visualization. (see Code Rocket for Visual Studio for Visual Studio integration or Code Rocket Designer for up-front design and visualisation of legacy code).
Code Rocket for Eclipse consists of two design views: a Pseudocode Editor and Flowchart Editor. The pseudocode editor displays procedures in plain English and the flowchart editor displays a diagram of the procedure control flow. Both design views can be edited and are synchronized, meaning changes in either one are automatically reflected in the other.
Our code generation engine was designed to automate the creation of common syntax and allow the designer or developer to focus their efforts on the actual algorithm or business logic.
Detailed project documentation can be exported in HTML and Word formats that can be easily shared between team members and included in version control systems.
Code Rocket for Eclipse supports versions 3.5 and greater of 32-bit versions of Eclipse under Windows.
Note: Eclipse plugins are deployed via our update site but it is also necessary to install the Code Rocket for Eclipse support software and request a trial license. Full installation instructions are available here.
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Submitted by Gulam Helbig on Mon, 2016-09-26 06:09
I have installed code rocket on Eclipse NEON 4.6.0
But nothing changed at the top of the menu bar neither I got new options in the context menu.
So how to start it? OR what have I probably done wrong? (I have Draged the Install Button into Eclipse and after installation I have also restarted the IDE)
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