Re: Visible UML Comments

On Thu, 11 Jul 2002, mattam netcourrier com wrote:
On Thu, Jul 11, 2002 at 09:01:37AM -0500, Lars Clausen wrote: 
On Thu, 11 Jul 2002, mattam netcourrier com wrote:

Well, the menu code was much of an experiment and I didn't finish it
:) I'm gonna fix this right now, thanks for the pointer.  I'll add
switches for attributes and operations visibility as well.  Any other
switch someone think of ?

Abstract class, template class, maybe Suppress Attributes/Operations (I
never liked that visible+suppressed thing, is that a normal UML thing?

      I attached a patch for the class object menu with switches for
visible comments, attributes or operations, and abstract and template
class toggles.  It uses a workaround to have the menu labels dynamically
change (show/hide).

Hmmm... maybe we should extend the menu flags (which currently is just
activate or not) to allow a checkmenuitem.  That would be nicer internally
and I think easier to understand.

      I do not understand what suppress attributes/operations do, as
they have the same behavior as show attributes/operations. Am I wrong?
Anyway I don't think they have anything to do with UML, so we can get
rid of it if nobody sees it as a must. 

I believe supress removes the little extra line, while visible just means
whether the attributes are listed.


Lars Clausen (| Hårdgrim of Numenor
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