From: GERARD Sebastien 166342 (GERARD@ortolan.cea.fr)
Date: Thu 22 Apr 2004 - 17:05:13 BST
Lets' have a look on www.topmodl.org Cheers, Sébastien. ------------------------------------------------------ Dr. Ing. Sébastien Gérard CEA-List / L-LSP Saclay, Bât 451, p. 21 91191 Gif-sur-Yvette Cedex tél. : (+33) 1-69-08-58-24 fax : (+33) 1-69-08-20-82 http://www.ensieta.fr/mda/ SAUVONS LA RECHERCHE : http://recherche-en-danger.apinc.org/ -----Message d'origine----- De : Sujit Kumar Chakrabarti [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Envoyé : mardi 20 avril 2004 12:03 À : email@example.com Objet : Software-Architecture of a Modelling Environment Hello, I am on my way to building a visual modelling environment for my research project. Something in the lines of Rose, USE, Rhapsody etc. I am using C++, Qt for graphics, XML for model persistence. However, I donot have any experience building such a tool conveniently. I am particularly interested in building the software in a way so that the modelling environment core is kept logically separate from the UI part. This is in the anticipation that some way down the line, I may decide to abandon the GUI, and prefer a text-based interface, or vice-versa. I am sure, it must be a well-solved problem since there are so many excellent modelling tools available. However, I haven't yet come across a tutorial-like text on the software-design of modelling environments or related applications. Before plunging into using my own discretion, I want to explore for any existing resource. I don't mind browsing through the source-code of existing softwares, but that would be the last resort. It would be ideal if I get a design-document; or better still, a textbook like thing. Thanks, Sujit To remove yourself from this list please mail firstname.lastname@example.org with a message containing the word "unsubscribe".