[ANN] SequencePlugin ver 0.2

Changes:

- Added configuration panel. Colors are configurable now.
- New sequence diagams are being added to the new tab. You can also
lock any tab to preserve a diagram.
- Added filtering of private methods and constructors.
- Clicking on the call line takes you to the point of the call. Note
that by modifying the source code you can break the navigation. In this
case, you should regenerate the sequence diagram.

Plugin page: http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/SequencePlugin

Enjoy.
/kesh

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Nice!

I like the classes sticking to the top.

Having more options would be nice.

Also, whenever I move to a different options page I get a message box
stating that the current (Sequence) one has changed even when I don't change
it.

Are you aware that the simpleUML plugin is incorporating this functionality
as well? May be you should join forces.

Amnon

"kesh" <dummy@dummy.com> wrote in message
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Changes:

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- Added configuration panel. Colors are configurable now.
- New sequence diagams are being added to the new tab. You can also
lock any tab to preserve a diagram.
- Added filtering of private methods and constructors.
- Clicking on the call line takes you to the point of the call. Note
that by modifying the source code you can break the navigation. In this
case, you should regenerate the sequence diagram.

>

Plugin page: http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/SequencePlugin

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Enjoy.
/kesh

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Amnon I. Govrin wrote:

Nice!

I like the classes sticking to the top.

Having more options would be nice.

Also, whenever I move to a different options page I get a message box
stating that the current (Sequence) one has changed even when I don't change
it.


It will be fixed in the next build.


Are you aware that the simpleUML plugin is incorporating this functionality
as well? May be you should join forces.

Amnon


Thanks.
/kesh

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The simpleUML plugin seems to have some problems when generating sequence
diagrams. It would be cool if you guys joined forces to make both work from
one plugin. If you do, please keep the tool window off the screen until we
use it (like the current sequence plugin) and default it to the bottom (once
again, like the sequence plugin).

"kesh" <dummy@dummy.com> wrote in message
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Amnon I. Govrin wrote:

Nice!

>

I like the classes sticking to the top.

>

Having more options would be nice.

>

Also, whenever I move to a different options page I get a message box
stating that the current (Sequence) one has changed even when I don't

change

it.

>

It will be fixed in the next build.

>

>

Are you aware that the simpleUML plugin is incorporating this

functionality

as well? May be you should join forces.

>

Amnon

>

>

Thanks.
/kesh

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Okay, I want to officially rescind my comment about the simpleUML plugin not
generating sequence diagrams correctly. I was not using it correctly.

"Brad Lane" <_no_spam_brad.lane@pearson.com> wrote in message
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The simpleUML plugin seems to have some problems when generating sequence
diagrams. It would be cool if you guys joined forces to make both work

from

one plugin. If you do, please keep the tool window off the screen until we
use it (like the current sequence plugin) and default it to the bottom

(once

again, like the sequence plugin).

>

"kesh" <dummy@dummy.com> wrote in message
news:bca4tm$i2a$2@is.intellij.net...

Amnon I. Govrin wrote:

Nice!

>

I like the classes sticking to the top.

>

Having more options would be nice.

>

Also, whenever I move to a different options page I get a message box
stating that the current (Sequence) one has changed even when I don't

change

it.

>

It will be fixed in the next build.

>

>

Are you aware that the simpleUML plugin is incorporating this

functionality

as well? May be you should join forces.

>

Amnon

>

>

Thanks.
/kesh

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