John Pfeifer | 6 Mar 20:33 2008
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Sequence Diagram - Vertical lines getting cut-off

I have a fairly large sequence diagram (attached).  The vertical dashed lines are getting cut off of the Classifier Roles.  I haven't been able to figure out how to resize them, or if that is even possible.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

John

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Jorge Bendahan | 6 Mar 22:18 2008
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using java generation subsystem

Hello, i am a university student and i'm currently working in a proyect  to
generate junit test cases taking Argo Class Diagrams as the input, the thing
is i need to have java class skeletons compiled, then to read that compiled
clases using java reflection api, I've downloaded the source code of Argo,
it's quite large :), I know that it has a java code generator as a
subsystem, the thing is how do I pass the xmi file generated by Argo to that
subsystem, so i can get the compiled classes skeletons that i need. Thank
you for your time, by the way i'm --> Jorge Bendahan from Asuncion,
Paraguay, South America.
Tom Morris | 6 Mar 22:43 2008
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Re: Sequence Diagram - Vertical lines getting cut-off

On Thu, Mar 6, 2008 at 2:33 PM, John Pfeifer <johnpfeifer4 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a fairly large sequence diagram (attached).  The vertical dashed
> lines are getting cut off of the Classifier Roles.  I haven't been able to
> figure out how to resize them, or if that is even possible.  Any help would
> be greatly appreciated.

There was a problem with the lifelines being of fixed size at one
point.  I'm not sure if it's been fixed, but you can check the bug
database to see.

Does this affect both interactive display and PNG files?  What version
are you using?

Tom
Tom Morris | 6 Mar 22:48 2008
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Re: using java generation subsystem

On Thu, Mar 6, 2008 at 4:18 PM, Jorge Bendahan <jorge.bendahan <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello, i am a university student and i'm currently working in a proyect  to
> generate junit test cases taking Argo Class Diagrams as the input, the thing
> is i need to have java class skeletons compiled, then to read that compiled
>  clases using java reflection api, I've downloaded the source code of Argo,

If you're working with the ArgoUML source code, this question really
belongs on the dev list.

> I know that it has a java code generator as a
> subsystem, the thing is how do I pass the xmi file generated by Argo to that
>  subsystem, so i can get the compiled classes skeletons that i need.

The code generators work off the Model subsystem, not from XMI files
directly.  An XMI file would be read into the model repository using
the Model subystem and then the Java code generator would generate
code from the repository.  Note that this will just get you Java
source files, not compiled Java classes, so you'll need to invoke a
Java compiler yourself as well.

Tom
John Pfeifer | 7 Mar 01:52 2008
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Re: Sequence Diagram - Vertical lines getting cut-off

Tom,

Thanks, looks like a defect (4706) in version .24 which I am using.

Thanks,

John

On Thu, Mar 6, 2008 at 4:43 PM, Tom Morris <tfmorris <at> gmail.com> wrote:
On Thu, Mar 6, 2008 at 2:33 PM, John Pfeifer <johnpfeifer4 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a fairly large sequence diagram (attached).  The vertical dashed
> lines are getting cut off of the Classifier Roles.  I haven't been able to
> figure out how to resize them, or if that is even possible.  Any help would
> be greatly appreciated.

There was a problem with the lifelines being of fixed size at one
point.  I'm not sure if it's been fixed, but you can check the bug
database to see.

Does this affect both interactive display and PNG files?  What version
are you using?

Tom

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Jorge Bendahan | 7 Mar 12:01 2008
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Re: using java generation subsystem

Ok, so first I have to load Xmi file to the Model, then Model to code generator, great now i have an idea of how it works, Thanks.
 
proj | 17 Mar 06:25 2008
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To add a new button to ArgoUML


I wanted to add a new button to ArgoUML which has functionalities similar to
that of a class.The label and other attributes need to be changed as well.Is
there any way to get the change required without editing several jar files?
Plz do help - urgent...
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Michiel van der Wulp | 17 Mar 08:08 2008
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Re: To add a new button to ArgoUML

Hi H.,

This is a question for the developers list - please continue any further 
discussion of this subject there - you are welcome.

Don't edit jar files - the only way to do this properly is to follow the 
description in the cookbook to use Eclipse and check out all source code 
with subversion.
http://argouml-stats.tigris.org/documentation/defaulthtml/cookbook/ch02.html
Then you can add your button in the class named "UMLClassDiagram".

Regards,
Michiel

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Archana | 20 Mar 10:23 2008
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Integration of ArgoUML with Python

Hai,
 
I am a beginner in ArgoEclipse and  if possible kindly reply to my following queries:
 
1. Does ArgoEclipse support Python?
2. If Yes, then how to integrate ArgoEclipse with Python.
3. What are the procedures for the transformation configuration of UML to Python?
4. What are the other languages supported by ArgoEclipse?
 
Awaiting your valuable suggestions.
 
Thanks in advance.
 
With Regards,
 
Archana S
Sc.Asst.B
National Informatics Centre,
CGO Complex,
New Delhi
 
 

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Archana | 20 Mar 10:38 2008
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Integration of ArgoEclipse with Python

Hai,
 
I am a beginner in ArgoEclipse. If possible kindly reply to my following queries:
 
1. Does ArgoEclipse support Python?
2. If Yes, then how to integrate ArgoEclipse with Python.
3. What are the procedures for the transformation configuration of UML to Python?
4. What are the other languages supported by ArgoEclipse?
 
Awaiting your valuable suggestions.
 
Thanks in advance.
 
With Thanks and Regards,
Archana S
Sci.Asst.B
National Informatics Centre,
CGO Complex,
New Delhi

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