What IDE do you use for MEL development?


#281

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#282

Thanks Hcetiner for the quick response. Everything is ok now.


#283

no file inside it
no video tutorial…
very disaponting…


#284

for lack of better expression “LOL” what are you referring to…?


#285

I use ultraedit and notepad++


#286

Got a license for WingIDE


#287

I’ve been using Charcoal Editor for the past several weeks now. I still use Eclipse from time-to-time, but I find the working directly in Maya streamlines my workflow.


#288

Yes I agree. I’ve started using it and it is very nice tool. Integrated in Maya.


#289

Thanks for posting about Charcoal Editor, I just installed it. I really like it. I was using XCode on the mac, just for python and I when I was scripting every day, I used to use jEdit, which was such a pain to get all the plugins installed and hooked up to Maya. Thanks!


#290

Notepad++ is the best.


#291

Emacs is definitely THE most advanced text editor in the world. Free as in speach and beer and well worth spending few moments to learn it.

http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/


#292

notification to old supporters/users. you can continue get new versions by contacting us
Official website.

Maxya focused only as MEL editor (even can code also python).
you can access features / usage videos on 3docean.net


#293

Notepad++
I created a Language Definer and Dark Theme for Notepad++ which suits MEL.
You can download it in ToolSeq UD.
http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthread.php?p=8276025#post8276025


#294

I use Komodo Edit. It has Maya highlighter, it’s free and great. Previously I used a small little editor called ConText, but that aged very fast and wasn’t that great anyway.


#295

I just went looking again recently to see if there was anything new since the last time I looked and I learned that Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code (Simplified version of full VS for free) has a melscript plugin that does do some syntax highlighting, and has some nice keyboard shortcuts to cut out repetition. Windows/Mac/Linux downloads are available!


#296

I stopped using MEL quite a while ago.
I code in Python and use either Wing IDE or sublime to edit code.
Sometimes, even the Maya script editor is good for a quick dirty script!