|[6 earlier articles]|
|Re: Smart textual editors firstname.lastname@example.org (Nick Geovanis) (1996-07-23)|
|Re: Smart textual editors email@example.com (Mihai Christodorescu) (1996-07-23)|
|Re: Smart textual editors firstname.lastname@example.org (1996-07-24)|
|Re: Smart textual editors email@example.com (Darius Blasband) (1996-07-24)|
|Re: Smart textual editors firstname.lastname@example.org (1996-07-26)|
|Re: Smart textual editors email@example.com (1996-07-26)|
|Re: Smart textual editors firstname.lastname@example.org (1996-07-26)|
|Re: Smart textual editors email@example.com (1996-08-01)|
|Date:||26 Jul 1996 23:21:03 -0400|
|References:||96-07-103 96-07-115 96-07-175|
I use Visual C++ extensively and I'm happy with its syntax sensitive
functionality. ( With a few exceptions: for example, I would like source
code inside "#if 0 ... endif" to be displayed dimmed or something. )
However, I feel that I could use better class browser than Visual C++ has.
I would like IDE not only to generate class inheritance graphs but also to
display ER-diagrams and usage, containment, instantiation relationships( in
terms of Booch approach ). When you analize other people's source code such
a browser could be very useful. I would greatly appreciate if somebody
could point me to such a tool in PC ( NT ) environment.
[I believe that most "lower CASE" products do that. -John]
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