- creating of temporary small procedures which will be used once.
- creating of documents where Maple code should be shown in place. For example, Maple help pages or tutorials about Maple language.
- creating of documents where the author want to show a small part of the code to the reader.
Of course, if your work is one of the above, but you have many lines of code or your code is not temporary, use the IDE to:
- create Maple Libraries on-the-fly with automated builders
- test and debug your code directly from the environment
- be sure that the code will not be lost using build-in history or version control systems (SVN, GIT etc.)
- spread your work easily using version control services such as Github, Sourcefordge, Google Code etc.