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From "Luis ROSSO - Up 2 U - Internet Solutions" <lro...@up2u.com.ar>
Subject RE: High level description of classes
Date Tue, 21 Aug 2001 16:58:28 GMT
Hi, Glen !!!

Thanks to the "Reverse Engineering" functinality of the suite "ArgoUML / Poseidon for UML",
which are a Open Source UML Editor, I have got the UML diagrams of the Axis classes, interfaces
and packages done, in a file compatible with that application.

I hope it be useful for the team; if so, please tell me what I should do.

Cheers

Luis
  ----- Mensaje original ----- 
  De: Luis ROSSO - Up 2 U - Internet Solutions 
  Para: axis-dev@xml.apache.org 
  Enviado: Martes, 21 de Agosto de 2001 12:15 a.m.
  Asunto: RE: High level description of classes


  Hi, Glen !!!

  Hence, I will try to do it while I study the code: I would like a lot to contribute it to
such a great team / project !!!

  Perhaps someone else would like to join me in doing it...

  Cheers

  Luis
    ----- Mensaje original ----- 
    De: Glen Daniels 
    Para: 'axis-dev@xml.apache.org' 
    Enviado: Lunes, 20 de Agosto de 2001 03:07 p.m.
    Asunto: RE: High level description of classes


    Hi Luis!

    Unfortunately, there really isn't such a thing just now.  I'll collect a list of the various
diagrams and such that I can find, and send them out.  It would be great to have a UML description
of the system and and architecture doc walking the reader through it - the only problem is
finding someone with time to write such a beast.

    --G
      -----Original Message-----
      From: Luis ROSSO - Up 2 U - Internet Solutions [mailto:lrosso@up2u.com.ar]
      Sent: Saturday, August 18, 2001 3:08 PM
      To: axis-dev@xml.apache.org
      Subject: High level description of classes


      Hi, I have just registered to this mailing list.

      I am starting to study the Axis source code. Besides javadoc, is there any high level
description of the project's classes and interfaces, i.e. UML?

      Thanks

      Luis

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