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From: Eric M. Ludlam <eric@si...> - 2010-03-18 01:57:45
On 03/17/2010 06:55 AM, Ed Liversidge wrote:
> I love the idea of using COGRE in Emacs to display class diagrams and
> navigate the source code. However, I am having a few problems that I
> hope you can help me with.
> 1) I create a class diagram from the source code. But when I select a
> function using the enter key, I see “Edit object #<cogre-class
> ClassName>” along with position/package-name/attribute settings rather
> than the source code. How do I get this to display the source.
Zoiks! It appears that feature was removed when I added all the fancy
mouse interactions and rebuilt the automatic UML diagram generator and
never got put back in.
I've checked in a small change adding a keybinding and context menu for
jumping from a node to a class.
> 2) I can create two diagrams using cogre-uml-quick-class, but how do I
> then combine them into one diagram? I really want one diagram with all
> my classes in it.
The original layout engine was a bit lame, and only handled 3 levels.
The new layout engine is much better, but the generator is still only
does the 3 levels after I moved the code around. I don't think it would
be hard to get this fixed up, but no one has taken the time to do it. I
do think this is a big missing feature.
Or rather, do you just want to merge two graphs together? You can Kill
and Yank nodes around. I hadn't tried doing so between diagrams. I do
know you can "copy" a class out of a source file and "yank" it into a
graph. That's pretty cool to do.