[Arp] Code auto generation tool
lazygekko at gmail.com
Thu Jan 12 12:48:50 PST 2006
Thanks for the quick response. I'm unfortunately not using php or mysql in
any of the projects (asp, c# webservices, and sql server instead), so I'll
keep it for a time when I do.
I just downloaded the archive again, but when I ran it I got the following
Application has generated an exception that could not be handled.
Process id=0x84c(2124), Thread id=0x714(1812).
On 12/01/06, Christophe Herreman <lists at herrodius.com> wrote:
> Hi Paul,
> see osflash.org/muse for instructions on how to get Muse to run. Please
> note that the first version was really more of a proof of concept and
> doesn't generate 100¨% working code. We are currently looking into the
> possibilities of creating ARP stub code in other ways. This new way may
> or may not replace the idea I had with Muse. I still feel the need for a
> generic/template based code generator and application setup tool. After
> I finish some deadlines, I'll work on a new version of Muse as a
> standalone .NET app.
> You can always mail me offlist with questions about Muse.
> Paul Taylor wrote:
> > To the Group,
> > I'm currently (still) in the middle of a large application using ARP,
> > and about to begin planning two more.
> > I saw the OS tool Muse which I understand creates stub code. I
> > haven't been able to get this to work on my machine, so I though I'd
> > write a small comand line tool, using xml as the project configuration
> > source. It relies on .net 1.1 being installed.
> > At the moment, it will create your project directory (Windows only),
> > the View, Command, Business, VO, and Controller directories (based on
> > your package), create the individual view files you specify in the
> > xml, the controller file, and the commands files. Business and VO
> > files next on the list.
> > In each of these, it is possible to have the app create the imports
> > (standard for all views/commands, and individual ones), the class name
> > with any extends/implements, methods (including dispatch events and
> > comments), properties, and also the class's comments.
> > You of course need to spend some time creating the app config file,
> > but it really takes the hassle out of setting up a new app folder,
> > getting rid of all the cutting and pasting.
> > If anyone is interested in taking a look, please let me know. I'd
> > really like some feedback on how I can make this useful to anyone else
> > who is having difficulties getting Muse to work.
> > Many thanks for all the useful tips and comments on the ARP mailing
> > list - I wouldn't have gotten a quarter as far as I have without them.
> > Lazy Gekko.
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