DemoIt is possible to display and use demo data. Follow these steps:
Generate a SOMIX model from files in a local folderIt is possible to analyze folders in the local file system:
Use a SOMIX modelWhen you have a SOMIX model (You will need to use SAP2Moose for now):
- Load a new SOMIX model. This will normally not be the model you used before. The diagram will be automatically adapted to the new software version.
- Choose File -> Open Work Folder
- Choose File -> Read Diagram (You will need "Import old Diagram (XML) only when you worked with the Smalltalk version of Moose2Model).
Export Model Information
This new feature allows you to export a comprehensive list of all model elements, along with the count of calls and accesses to each element. This can be particularly useful for analyzing the usage and interactions of elements within your model.
- Ensure that you have loaded a SOMIX model into the application.
- Select the 'Model' menu.
- Click on 'Export model information'. This will prompt you to choose a location to save the CSV file.
- The exported file will include details such as the index, technical type, unique name, main group, name, and the number of calls and accesses for each model element.
- Make sure you have specified a work directory where the export file will be stored.
- Load a SOMIX model
- Read a folder and create a SOMIX model of the contained folders and files.
- Create a new diagram
- Force-dragged positioning. Start and stop with a context click in background of pane
- Scrolling by dragging the pane(with "right" mouseclick")
- Dragging elements (with "left" mouseclick)
- Press G to drag always the group an element is in
- Zooming with the wheel of the mouse
- Menu Model
- Extract a SOMIX model from a folder in the local file system
- Extract Code from File System to SOMIX model (w/o .git). Content in .git folders is ignored.
- Load a SOMIX model
- Explore model (Add elements to diagrams)
- Export model information
- Menu Diagram
- Search elements in the model. The search is case insensitive.
- Remove all hightlighting of the displayed elements
- Pin all elements
- Remove all pinning
- Unpin all Highlighted elements
- Highlight all not pinned elements
- Menu Help
- Switch between dark and white theme
- Context click on elements:
- Add an element with all neighbors to the active diagram
- Redo adding an element with all neighbors to the active diagram
- Get informations on the element
- Enter or edit a comment for an element
- Supress an element with all children
- Redo supressing an element with all children
- Remove pinning of recently dragged elements
- Highlight elements or the using or used elements
- Context click on a grouping - It is also possible to: ?v=67C:\DataEigen\Moose2Model2\src
- Press G to force that the grouping is selected
- Pin all elements of this grouping
- Unpin all elements of this grouping
- Context click on pane:
- (Only in the diagram with all model elements: Toogle the display of element names)
- Set a diagram active (But not the diagram with all elements)
- Start and Stop Force-directed graph
- Jump to other diagram
- Save information to generate a diagram to file
- Specify a workfolder first. These folder contains all diagrams which belong to the same model
- Save the generation information for the displayed diagram. It be stored in a file with extension .m2m and similar name.
- Read the generation information from an .m2m file. You should have all required model data loaded before. A diagram with identical name is created.
- Import xml files from the old Smalltalk version of Moose2Model.
- Please note that no warning is yet raised when information is lost due to wrong handling.
- Display the diagram which is displayed and which is active.
- Unsaved changes are marked with a bullet point behind the name of a diagram.
Diagram with all elementsA diagram with all elments is always displayed. It can be animated as a force-directed graph. This works well for small models. The main intention of this application is not to make force-directed graph, so other tools might work better here.
Circuit Diagram for Software
- Code is displayed as orange box
- Data is displayed as blue circle
- Persistent data is displayed as green circle
- Groupings are indicated by a dashed box and include all elements contained in them
- Elements can be commented