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From "Frank W. Zammetti" <>
Subject Re: Struts class diagram
Date Sat, 29 Oct 2005 04:40:02 GMT
Yep, here you go:

That's considerably smaller (128K and more usable size)... also in full 
color (couldn't do it before because of the size).  Also, I can move the 
classes around, which I didn't realize before, so I can organize it a 
bit better.

I also have some other tools for doing this that I can play with, but 
this was the quickest and easiest.

I was actually thinking of printing off the whole thing just to see how 
big it would wind up being :)  I think it was something like 160x112 
inches or something like that, so that's like 18x10 sheets of 8.5x11 
paper... might be fun to put up in the office :)

But anyway, that's at the package level.  I can do it pretty much at 
whatever level everyone thinks is best, not a problem.


Wendy Smoak wrote:
> From: "Frank W. Zammetti" <>
>> If anyone is interested, I can go ahead and generate a batch for 1.3 this
>> weekend.
> Can you do it at the package level?  Take a look at this:

> It looks like Rob Leland added the .gif files back in 2002-2003, so some of
> them are probably out of sync with the code, and certainly the new packages
> like 'chain' in core are missing diagrams.
> I'm not sure about the overall diagram... it's awfully big.  Even 
> reduced to
> where I could barely read the class names, I couldn't fit enough of it on
> the screen to be able to tell anything from it. It makes me wonder if
> there's a place that would print one-off posters, like
> will do for books.  But I think the overall diagram might be wall-mural
> sized. :)

Frank W. Zammetti
Founder and Chief Software Architect
Omnytex Technologies
AIM: fzammetti
Yahoo: fzammetti

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