graphical or flow charting design aid for python class development?

William Gill noreply at gcgroup.net
Thu Sep 1 05:30:21 CEST 2005


On first glance Doxygen doesn't look like the ticket, but the screen 
shots of Eric3 look VERY promising.  I have already downloaded it, and 
will try it.

Thanks,
Bill

tooper wrote:
> You may want to use Doxygen, which generates nice diagrams. It's
> normally only for C++, but there are nice filters (for ex.
> http://i31www.ira.uka.de/~baas/pydoxy) that generates C++ header from
> python code that Doxygen can crunch.
> 
> Another solution is to use IDE such as Eric3 that can generate UML
> diags from source code on the fly.
> 



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