[javasim-general] Adding a custom library and make it accessible via GUI Editor
Thu, 9 May 2002 19:42:51 -0700
The class hierarchy is cached in GUI (saved in "classes.dat") for
performance reason. All you need to do is "File" -> "Refresh Library"
to refresh the file. I am not sure if you can see the change right away
but restarting the GUI will definitely do it.
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> I've created C:\Tools\JavaSim directory. Underneath, I created
> "javasim" and "javasimg" subdirectories, where I installed the
> actual javasim package, and the gui editor separately.
> Underneath C:\Tools\JavaSim\javasim, after installation, I found
> some directories. In particular, there is classes\drcl, whose
> subdirectory structure seem to correspond to the class heirarchy in
> when I try to Add a new item to the diagram.
> Question : I am trying to extend drcl.comp.Component to create a new
> class which models the application running on one of the hosts
> FTP in the examples).
> I hope to make this part of drcl.custom.* branch . So I created
> directory to dump all the new custom classes in. I was hoping that the
> Editor would
> pick up this new subdirectory and the classes in there ... but it
> retain its original
> class heirarchy.
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