Re: Complex application flow. Best approach ???
- From: Robert C. Martin <unclebob@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 10 Apr 2005 12:58:02 -0500
On Fri, 8 Apr 2005 16:41:03 +0200, "Jan" <tmp02@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>In case nobody does, I guess your advise to try to cut the giant FSM into
>manageable pieces might be my only option.
>So if anyone knows some "magic" technology, I really like to hear it. :-)
You might want to take a look at SMC. (State Machine Compiler). You
can download it from the resources section of www.objectmentor.com.
It generates code in either Java or C++; but it would be very simple
to change the code generator to generate something else. It's
designed to have multiple code generators.
I've done some very complex state machines, and have found this tool
to be very helpful.
Robert C. Martin (Uncle Bob) | email: unclebob@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Object Mentor Inc. | blog: www.butunclebob.com
The Agile Transition Experts | web: www.objectmentor.com
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but to set a limit to infinite error."
-- Bertolt Brecht, Life of Galileo
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