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TeeJay (2309)

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Wednesday March 17, 2004
06:48 AM

new autodia release - now with umbrello!

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I am just uploading the latest version of Autodia to CPAN and my website

This version adds support for Class::Tangram perl classes and Umbrello XMI, hopefully I will be able to make more progress on the next version in my long term goal of full translation between Umbrello, Dot, Dia, VCG and Argouml.

This version also improves or fixes the SQL Handler, the Perl Handler (adding support for Class::Tangram), the C++ Handler and the Torque Handler. The script itself is also slightly improved and when the skip cvs option is set will skip RCS and CVS directories, the script that provides support for the Java Handler has been updated to catch up with but still has issues with the 1.4 or higher JVM.

as always you can download it from CPAN or the website

now I want to look at adding perl generation to Umbrello (via its plugins) and try and build a UML to perl general equivilent to autodia that would allow you to generate your classes (and pod, and skeleton tests), from UML in dia or umbrello (or even ArgoUML much later). There are so many things I could automate in class generation - skeleton example files, pod, tests, indexing, sql generation, searchable html documentation as well as the inherent flexibility of the perl class system and its associated modules - choosing between all the class::* modules, mock objects, things like pixie.

so little free time, so much to do...

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