Re: sequence diagram support
- From: Alexander <RittervomNie web de>
- To: biba labe felk cvut cz, discussions about usage and development of dia <dia-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: sequence diagram support
- Date: Sun, 14 Nov 2004 20:18:45 +0100
Ing. Jiri Biba schrieb:
I don't know what version of dia you use, mine does support sequence
diagrams. It is a bit tricky to cope with more than one activity focus per
life line (just overlay them *g*) and needs some time to make messages look
synchronous (straight forward horizontal, due to fixed/discrete connection
points), but afterall I'm able to draw sequence diagrams.
Dear developers of Dia,
thank you for you product, it's usefull in many ways. However, if you thought
of upgrade, it would be pleasant if Dia supported sequence diagrams as well.
Take it as a comment and an idea for a further development.
Ing. Jiri Biba
Did I mix up something or is my sequence diagram (objects in horizontal
line, vertical lifelines with rectangular boxes on them, cute crosses for
destructions, pretty arrows for messages) different from yours?
Maybe sub-activities (call from one activity focus of object A to a
sub-activity of the origin focus, maybe to illustrate recursion or stacking
of method calls) are a point to do something. But everyday-sequence
diagrams already look fine.
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