Title: EiffelStudio: A Guided Tour , ISE Technical Report TR-EI-68/GT. (Replaces TR-EI-38/EB.)
First published 1993 as First Steps with EiffelBench (TR-EI-38/EB) and revised as a chapter of Eiffel: The Environment (TR-EI-39/IE), also available as An Object-Oriented Environment (Prentice Hall, 1994, ISBN 0-13-245-507-2.
Version 3.3.8, 1995.
Version 4.1, 1997
This version: July 2001. Corresponds to release 5.0 of the ISE Eiffel environment.
Emmanuel Stapf, Arnaud Pichery, Xavier Rousselot, Raphael Simon; Étienne Amodeo, Jérôme Bou Aziz, Vincent Brendel, Gauthier Brillaud, Paul Colin de Verdière, Jocelyn Fiat, Pascal Freund, Savrak Sar, Patrick Schönbach, Zoran Simic, Jacques Sireude, Tanit Talbi, Emmanuel Texier, Guillaume Wong-So; EiffelVision 2: Leila Ait-Kaci, Sylvain Baron, Sami Kallio, Ian King, Sam O'Connor, Julian Rogers. See also acknowledgments for earlier versions in Eiffel: The Environment (TR-EI-39/IE)
Non-ISE: special thanks to Thomas Beale, Éric Bezault, Paul Cohen, Paul-Georges Crismer, Michael Gacsaly, Dave Hollenberg, Mark Howard, Randy John, Eirik Mangseth, Glenn Maughan, Jacques Silberstein.
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