|[7 earlier articles]|
|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:||1 Aug 1996 15:05:55 -0400|
|References:||96-07-103 96-07-115 96-07-175 96-07-183|
> 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.
If I am correct the latest edition of Borland C++ is supposed to do this.
It includes an ER modeller and probably supports OMT also. IMO that is the
gradual evolution of language DE and this might get more tighter in the
A good browser might be one from ACI-US called ObjectCenter or like.
It can read Microsoft browser format files and show more information than
;-Balaji Srinivasa - Platinum Technology/Aston-Brooke Lab - firstname.lastname@example.org
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