I wanted an overall picture of otr4j, so I thought a good idea would be to create a class diagram.
Initially, I checked what's the Eclipse way of doing this. It seems although there are tools for modeling in Eclipse, they don't support reverse engineering source code into UML diagrams, so I thought "this must be something Eclipse developers do with some 3rd party -not very expensive- application..".
I browsed the web for a while, but found nothing standard except from ArgoUML maybe (one should define standard off course..). I eventually settled with NetBeans.
I was aware of the fact that NetBeans has support for reverse engineering Java Applications but didn't consider using it from the beginning because I wanted to build up my existing Eclipse skills.
The good stuff about NetBeans don't end here, it even has Mercurial support by default, which made me want to use Mercurial and let me be productive at the same time. Apparently I was very wrong about NetBeans..
I got so excited that I just made a question in the post where Mercurial support for Google Code has been announced, asking when it will go public. Now that Mercurial is working for me, I want to push my change sets!
My Commits to SIP Communicator
Mercurial commits to project otr4j on Google Code
- OSGi Bundle of BouncyCastle / Alternate JCE Provid...
- Subversion, SourceGear's Diffmerge and Cygwin
- Publishing your java.net SVN commits using Yahoo! ...
- Working with your SVN branch - Merge trunk changes...
- OTR4j Authenticated Key Eexchange Log in Chainsaw ...
- Progress by June 25
- Progress by June 11
- Arsenal selection
- Have you checked out some cool features of NetBean...
- Progress by June 04
- ▼ June (10)