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Drag and drop class/capsule names, attributes, methods, enumeration literals etc. into code
Rational Rose Realtime enabled dragging and dropping class/capsule names, attributes, methods, enumeration literals etc. from the Project Explorer into code being written in the code editor. This same capability would be helpful in Rational Softw...
We do a lot of checking based o type descriptors EgD_SomeClass.getTypeDesc().isKindOf(&RTType_D_SomeBaseClass)However the getTypeDesc() is a function we have to create ourself. This is a virtual function that must be overwritten in each subcla...
In the C++11 standard the chrono library has been addes for date/time support. Make it possible to call RTServices functions directly with std::chrono classes (in addition to RTTimeSpec)In particular: make it possible to call informIn witha std::c...
RSARTE: Better support for generated class operators
Better support for generated methods for C++ classes.Via the C++ general tab several C++ methods (constructor/equality operator etc.) can be generated automaticallySeveral improvements and extensions are possible:- Make these generated operators v...
RSARTE: Add dependencies to RTS in generated makefile
In order to get incremental build to work correctly a dependency towards RTS libraries has to be added. Now we do it our self in rsarte_compile_cmi.mk. # Add dependencies for the targetRTS.$(1)_LIBS_DEPS += \$(RTS_LIBRARY)/libObjecTime$(LIB_EXT) \...
It would be nice to generate a document file out of the RSARTE Model, from the UML elements.So the information of the function is structured to the related to the functionality.As an output a state diagram and a related textual description could b...
RSARTE: Show state machine changes in inheritance explorer
At the moment the inheritance explorer shows changes in operations, attributes and structure diagrams. Having it also show changes in the state machine (like the Project Explorer presents them) helps in analyzing what changes have been made in der...
RSARTE: Sequence diagram: Move notes together with connected messages
When moving a line in a sequence diagram the note conntected isn't moved and has to be repositioned manually after making changes to the diagram. It would help if the note would move together with the line
Make dragging elements from search results possible
Make it possible to drag elements from search results to class or structure diagram.When using find-named-element, it is realy handy if it would be possible to drag the find elements from the search results to eg a structure or class diagram. Now ...
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