Re: XSLT translator

here is the thread

also here is a stray post later on that did not get threaded

Best of luck
Alan Horkan

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On Mon, 17 Jun 2002, Alan Horkan wrote:

Date: Mon, 17 Jun 2002 16:17:44 +0100 (IST)
From: Alan Horkan

someone else recently did some very similar work and wrapped it up nicely
to work as a plugin.  if i recall he did C++, Java and maybe something
I dont know if is is in CVS yet.

i think he was French

or maybe not,

ill will try and find a link for you, or maybe he will respond

i think it would be great if you could combine your efforts and i would
encourage you to get this included in dia rather than split off into a
seperate projects (but that is just my personal opinion).

I wrote a simple XSLT translator to transform dia files into a family
of java classes.  From the project homepage --

    A simple XSLT stylesheet that transforms a dia UML diagram into a
    series of java classes.  The package transforms a UML diagram
    intended as a database schema ( in the style of ) into
    a family of java classes that implement a "Data Access Object"
    pattern. This includes a factory class, data access classes and
    data object classes.

I was working in java, trying to implement a Data Access Object design
pattern.  The pattern called for a family of related classes.  I also
wanted to use dia to create my database schema as a UML diagram --
dia2code was not giving me enough options, so I wrote diax.

I hope others will find it useful as an example of translating dia
diagrams using XSLT.

Silly me, there at the bottom of every mail is a link to the list
information and archives.

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