The user interface
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The editor takes the biggest part of the NumeRe window. It is located above the command window and next to the tree views in the left column. It is organized in tabs that can be arranged in any order.
The editor provides tooltips, syntax highlighting and auto-completion for all file types supported by NumeRe. It is used to edit scripts and procedures.
For further support, it provides analysis tools such as static code analysis, dependency and line duplicate analysis. These analysis features can be enabled or disabled as needed.
The command window (terminal) and the info windows
Below the editor is the command window (or terminal) and to the right of it is the info window with several tabs. The command window is used for interaction with the calculation kernel. Here you can enter expressions that will be evaluated directly by NumeRe.
The command window also provides tooltips, syntax highlighting and auto-completion for NumeRe code.
The info windows show the input chronicle, the currently defined variables and an overview of all procedures in the currently opened procedure file.
The tree views
To the left of the editor are the tree views, which are again divided into tabs. It shows the files in the default paths or in the next tab a list of all symbols (commands, functions and constants) that NumeRe currently knows.
Files or symbols can be dragged 'n dropped into the editor or command window. A double click also performs the default action for the current file type.