Qfsm is a graphical editor of finite state machine diagrams which further allows to check the integrity of the machines, simulate them and export the diagrams, state tables or code in hardware description languages (e.g. VHDL) as well as high-level programming languages such as C++.
Thus, its goal is to draw nice diagrams, to easily design hardware devices as well as create parsers for ASCII strings or (programming) languages.... read more
Qfsm is a graphical editor and simulator for Finite State Machines (FSM) which allows to easily create state diagrams, to print and export them and translate them into state tables or high-level hardware description languages (e.g. VHDL).
Further, C/C++, Java and Ruby code can be generated via the Ragel State Machine Compiler in order to graphically create parsers.
Major changes since version 0.44 are the EPS and SVG file export of state diagrams.
This release offers improved export functions, a french translation and some visual improvements. Have fun!
After a long break. A new version of Qfsm the finite state machine designer is availlable. This release contains bug fixes and adds a few minor features (e.g. Verilog HDL export).
Qfsm, the graphical finite state machine simulator, has now been ported to Qt3. Also some bugs have been fixed and KISS export was added.
Version 0.30 of Qfsm the graphical finite state machine editor has been released.
VHDL files can now be exported.
A new version of Qfsm the finite state machine editor has been released. A few bugs have been fixed and it is now possible to export state tables (Latex, HTML) from graphs.
The CVS repository of qfsm has been set up finally.
Qfsm 0.25 has been released.