Ellexus Breeze for Managing EDA Builds and Scripted Flows

Breeze, from Ellexus, is a tool designed to managed EDA builds and scripted flows. The Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is based on Eclipse for Linux. The tool helps developers understand interpreted (scripted) and compiled programs in order to quickly debug complex build systems in a familiar environment. Breeze traces the relationships between files, scripts and programs in a system. As a result, the tool can be used to debug or manage any flow or language without integration.

Ellexus Breeze for Managing EDA Builds and Scripted Flows

Breeze Benefits

  • Engineers do not need to set up a project or workspace before they start scripting
  • Developers can get going as soon as the application opens
  • Freedom to edit scripts in another tool or environment then re-run the flow in Breeze to use the tracing and debugging facilities
  • Doesn’t need integrating into a flow to work — can be integrate other new tools into a flow
  • Makes it easier to verify a tool flow infrastructure by visualizing all in the interactions within a flow
  • Non-invasive and does not modify the flow
  • Don’t need to change scripts to use Breeze
  • Reduces the time and cost of switching by making it easier to restructure a flow and locate problems easily
  • Can be used as a learning tool to help integrate new members into a team or to share areas between groups
  • Breeze enables engineers to compare two runs graphically or as plain text
  • Logs can be access from graph
  • Logs can be checked for errors using the tool’s log file editor
  • Provides ready made documentation of the flow with the click of a button

More info: Ellexus