Software

DECset


The utilities described in this section are utilities used by programmers to develop and maintain applications. For more information about any of these utilities, use the online HELP facility.

MMS

DEC's Module Management System (MMS) is a tool that automates the building of software systems. MMS helps you avoid clerical errors that can make building complex software systems tedious. It lets you collect in one place the housekeeping chores for which command procedures are often created.

CMS

DEC's Code Management System (CMS) helps a user (or group of users) manage files during program development by storing files in libraries. CMS tracks changes and monitors access to the library.

LSE

DEC's Language-Sensitive Editor (LSEDIT or LSE) is an editor that provides templates for various programming languages using placeholders and tokens. It is a multilanguage tool that is useful for program design and development. LSEDIT is described in more detail on page 88.

SCA

DEC's Source Code Analyzer (SCA) is a utility that can analyze an entire software system. It provides source code navigation, cross reference, and static analysis for compile-time source code. It allows you to search and display specific symbols, files, and module information on certain attributes. LSE and SCA are an integrated product. SCA can work on its own or within LSE.

DTM

DEC Test Manager (DTM) automates regression testing by executing user-supplied tests and compares the results with the expected results.

PCA

DEC's Performance and Coverage Analyzer (PCA) is a utility that helps users check and analyze the execution of their application program. PCA works in two stages, collecting data on the application and then analyzing the collected data.

MMS
CMS
LSE
SCA
DTM
PCA

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