Subject: Re: [boost] Meta State Machine library review starts Monday
From: Barend Gehrels (barend_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-12-01 14:21:37
> The review of the Boost.Msm library starts this Monday, November 23rd
> and ends the December 6th.
This is not (yet) a review.
I'm looking at MSM and its documentation, for the purpose of review, and
I consider it very useful and interesting.
First I thought (intuitively) that the eUML was meant for output, but
apparently that is not the case, it is an embedded language for defining
state machines, right. However, the documentation contains a lot of
state machine drawings. For library users, that can be useful too. So it
might make sense to relate (or export) a state machine to a Boost.Graph?
If that is done, a drawing can be made easily using graphviz. Maybe not
as fancy, but at least you see what you're doing :-).
Is is somehow possible to export an MSM to a Boost.Graph, either within
the library, or in an example or separate utility headerfile?
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