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Thread library with documentation. First publication.


Simbad
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Hello,

 

this is the first publication of the work I am doing a long time now. http://www.simulated-universe.de/libs/ThreadSpec.html

I know that C++ thread implementations are found in allmost any framework. The difference here is that the C++ source code, the documentation in HTML format including the pictures are generated from my favorite UML-Tool http://www.openameos.org . For now I am not completed with the generation of all content and not completed with the library. But I thought it is now time to let others see what has been done so far.

There are lots of other libraries and functions already available in my UML-Model but because of the limited number of classes and dependencies I started with the Thread-Library to create the generator.

The outline of the Documentation is modelled in UML as well. But for that I am not sure whether it is all well done.

I am interested on any suggestions and ideas for more.


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NevilClavain
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Quite difficult to build an opininon from only three UML diagram. Is your project open-source ? Otherwise, providing doxygen pages from your sources can help readers if you want some suggestion and ideas  🙂


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Simbad
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Using doxygen means to run a tool that extracts information from the source that is already present in the UML-Model. And the source is generated from the UML-Model.

So it is no way to go through doxygen.

I have seen documentations from doxygen that had not less than 2000 pages with no information that needs that much pages.

I will add the class/method/attribute description as well. But needed to start with something to re-initiate my motivation. 🙂

 

I think not that it will be made open source.

 

I can generate it for linux and windows and for 32-Bit and 64-Bit systems. So I see no benefit from making it open source.

And than I would have problems to incorporate changes into the UML-Model.


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Simbad
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New link. More info  http://www.simulated-universe.de/libs/DocumentsOverview.html


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