Oracle Solaris Studio offers a graphical integrated development environment (IDE) that is built on the NetBeans platform and is configured to use the Oracle Solaris Studio C, C++, and Fortran compilers, the dmake distributed make command, and dbx debugger. The IDE also integrates with some of the Analyzer tools of the analysis suite so you can analyze your code without leaving the IDE.
The command to start the IDE is solstudio . For details about this command, see the solstudio (1) man page.
For complete documentation of the IDE, see the Help in the IDE. For step-by-step instructions to use the basic features of the IDE, see the Oracle Solaris Studio 12.4: IDE Quick Start Tutorial .