[R] Eclipse plugin for R or perhaps S-plus.

From: Valentin Todorov <valentin.todorov_at_chello.at>
Date: Tue 20 Jul 2004 - 07:08:05 EST

There are some Eclipse plugins for UML, like Omondo UML: http://www.omondo.com and Visual Paradigm fo UML: http://www.visual-paradigm.com/ but neither of them is Open Source (though both have a free light version).

By the way, there is a Latex plugin for Eclipse - ecletext at http://sourceforge.net/projects/etex/. Some experience?

Best regards,

On Mon, 2004-07-19 at 15:01, A.J. Rossini wrote:
> Ernesto Jardim <ernesto at ipimar.pt> writes:
> > Having a R module for eclipse could be very interesting. It works with
> > OOP and UML so it might be possible in the future to design S4 methods
> > in R with UML ;-)
> Not clear. Yes, in principle, but not clear in practice how this work
> work. Using Java/C++/Python approaches to OOP in S don't quite map as
> well as one might want.
> (I've tried in the past to map R to COGRE, the (still incomplete)
> (X)Emacs UML tool, but that project will perhaps never see the light
> of day).
> best,
> -tony


>I guess that this is not easy but it's a godd idea, now that R is moving
>towards OOP, mapping with UML would be very interesting.

>I'm not an expert on none of this subjects so I'm not of much help. I
>simply have tried to move on to S4 and a lot of work looks like
>"reenventing the wheel". Something like UML could help on this ...

>Best regards


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