glint is a tool facilitating you in development of state-oriented control entities which supposed to be used in very broad areas of programming (e.g. state-oriented network protocols).
glint saves you from pondering how your finite state machine should be organized, how many states it should have and what they should mean. You just tell glint how you would like your control entity to operate and glint returns to you the synthesised magic black box which implements the desired logic.
Also glint can tell you in regexp style which event sequences your FSM can handle and which are forbidden for it.
- Synthesis and analysis of Moore's and Mealy's fully and partly defined finite state machines.
- XML-formed source and target alphabetical mappings and FSMs.
- Generation of C/C++ implementation for synthesised FSMs.
- You don't care about internals of an FSM!
Glint works excellent.