[OpenLayers-Dev] uml class diagram of OL 2.6?
ivan.grcic at geofoto.hr
Fri Aug 29 17:46:41 EDT 2008
can we discuss little bit about this subject? Because it would be
really really usefull to have this. If we want to make it possible to
create UML(or something similar) from code automatically, where should
we start from? Is there a need to write more thoroughly natural docs
code, so its easier to make uml then...or should we look for some
programs like the one mentioned before:
Has anyone tried with this one? It uses Eclipse UML2 model editor...i
dont have any experience with it. Can someone maybe try to import OL
to this jsuml?
If nothing is working, i guess we can do it by hand like erik did it here...
erik you can tell us what excatlly we have to extract from code, so
maybe we can split the work...i guess it should be pretty fast to do
it if thers seeral ppl working on it!
Anyone tried to
On Thu, Aug 21, 2008 at 6:42 PM, Erik Uzureau <euzuro at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Team,
> I have added links to
> for the two versions (Emmanuel's and CR5's) of UML diagrams that we
> have now for the project.
> If someone is interested in taking it further and doing a full UML
> diagram of... say... the 2.7 release,
> it would be welcome... and might even warrant making
> On Fri, Jun 27, 2008 at 12:30 AM, Christopher Schmidt
> <crschmidt at metacarta.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, Jun 26, 2008 at 10:07:33PM -0500, Erik Uzureau wrote:
>>> No plans at this point for a class diagram. Maybe when 3.0 starts
>>> If someone was interested in doing a diagram for 2.6 though I am sure it would
>>> be helpful for a lot of people
>> Not particularly pretty, but:
>> Is (mostly) generated by the code in openlayers/tools/oldot.py , fed to
>> Needs more work to be 'usable' -- I'm not sure why it doesn't create a
>> 'more square' graphviz output -- but graphviz has lots of outputs (svg,
>> dia, pdf, png, jpg, etc. etc.) and does cool things.
>> The 'mostly' above is just poor code because it's 1:30AM: there's a
>> regex that is catching too much, and filenames with "-" in them break
>> it, but it's pretty close to usable.
>> Christopher Schmidt
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